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administration 10 

activities 30 

sports 90 

classes 122 

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NEW 45-1 5 PLAN FOR 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



Superintendent of Schools in Vir- 
ginia Beach, Mr. E.E. Brickell should be 
noted as outstanding in this position. 
He is constantly planning for this 
school system. 

On limited occasions Mr. Brickell 
has attended our school for visits, 
including attending the Annual Teach- 
ers Banquet held at Kempsville in 
December. 




Mr. E.E. Brickell - Superintendent of Schools 



administration 



KHS HAS NEW HEAD ADMINISTRATOR 




Mr. James French - Principal 



Mr. James W. French is the new 
head administrator at KHS. He has 
coached and taught in the Virginia 
Beach area before and was a former 
principal at Cox. He was asked to 
come to Kempsville when N.W. Morris 
stepped down last year. 

Mr. French beleives KHS has the 
ability and potential to acheive great 
things in all fields. His door is always 
open and he will listen to any 
problems the student may have at 
Kempsville High. 





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Mr. French helps in the office. 



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thirteen 



ASS'T PRINCIPALS EXPAND JOBS 










Norman Fields 



C.B. Shields 






In a school with a large student 
body, an assistant principal's job is vi- 
tally important. It helps to ease the 
strain of the principals work load and 
enables the school to function in a 
smoother manner. 

This year Kempsville has three assis- 
tant principals. The newest, Mr. 
Harvey, is in charge of all transpor- 
tation matters including parking 
^ permits and buses. He handles all dis- 
'"*^'^'***^''-*^ >^ -^Lioj/* >.ife»<Uciplinary problems dealing with the 

. ^\^ * >\ Booth, the atheletic director, in co-or- 

v-Vf-iX^*^ A^ /MSK^«»XAtL t^i^ dinating the atheletic activities. 

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^"^ \i charge of discipline works with the 

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available to those students seeking 
schedule changes and those who may 
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Mrs. West, "Mom", Alice, she an- 
swers to them all. Alice West is a 
needed person at Kempsville. When- 
ever in doubt people go to her to ask 
about activities or personal problems. 
Alice will always set a person out on 
the right road. 



Mrs. West has been at Kempsville 
since the school was opened in 1968. 
She has been a very faithful person to 
all and will never be forgotten. 

Mrs. West we will all miss your 
warm smile and glowing appearance 
everyday. 




"Mom" helps with costumes. Alice West helps direct Senior Class play. 

KEMPSVILLE GAINS MEMORIES 




Mom" West in office 



The secretaries of Kempsville High 
are all hard working women who all 
should receive a great deal of thanks. 
These ladies work behind-the-scenes 
with never ending jobs. Some of the 
tasks range from public relations, 
keeping financial records, to managing 
the school book store. 




Wanda Smith 



Bernice Woodfin, asst. 



SECRETARIES TAKE ON NEW JOBS 




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Mildred Carriot 



Grace Cutrel 




Nancy Pell 



Jean Houtchins 



administration 




Mary Fritch 



MORE COUNSELORS 
ASSIST IN 
EVERGROWING 
STUDENT BODY 

The guidance services seek to focus 
the educational processes on the indi- 
vidual students. The department main- 
tains conferences on an educational, 
vocational or personal basis. Parent 
contacts, either parent or counselor 
initiated, are made during the year. 
This year the counselors invited peo- 
ple from various job areas in the com- 
munity and held "rap" sessions after 
school for all interested students. Mrs. 
Fritch is head of the department. 






Herb Lanier 



Ethel Smith 



Joe Liner 





Jerry Tata 



Ellen Powell 



seventeen 



SMITH HEADS ENGLISH DEPT. 




Rebecca Comstock 



Beverly Dobson 



Nancy Proferes 



Ruth Pleasants 



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Judy Staten 



Linda Beane 



Louise Lynch 





Sarah Seeley 




Larry Stanfield 



administration 




The major objectives of the English 
department at Kempsville High in- 
clude: ease, accuracy and fluency in 
speaking, inclination and ability to 
listen attentively and critically; growth 
in reading ability; growth in in- 
terpreting and appreciating literature; 
knowledge of Ithe structure of the En- 

lish lang^^^fgB: ability to write clearly, 
concisely, anqjhonestly; knowledge of 

eKcriefce sources and skill in using 

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^^Th^jsfepartment headed by Ronnie 

mitljl has expanded this year in size. 




Flora Haynie 



Mary Coleman 



Connie Kellam 



Alice West 



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LOCAL NEWS AND WORLD AFFAIRS KEEP 




William Watson 



Kathleen Mullen 



Rena Peterson 




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Irma Vinson 



Ed Booth 




John Mitchell 



Richard Thompson 



lim Weaver 



administration 






SOCIAL STUDIES EVER MEANINGFUL 




Clayton Robertson 









Betty Whitford 




Jake Whitehurst 



Pam Quinn 



The Social Studies Department at 
Kempsville is headed by Rena Pe- 
terson. The courses offered by this 
department proved to be a very im- 
portant part of the students' curricu- 
lum. The teachers focused on current 
events to help the students in their 
knowledge of past history and v^/hat 
could happen in the future. 



twenty-one 



MODERNIZATION FOR LANGUAGE LABS 




William Hamel 



Marty Bond 

The Foreign Language department 
offers courses in French, German, Latin 
and Spanish. The language labora- 
tories are used a great deal in the 
teaching of modern foreign languages 
in order to develop oral skills. Interest 
in the spirit of the culture of various 
countries is stimulated through the use 
of recordings, slides, films and tapes. 
Students are aware of the need to 
communicate with the peoples of 
other countries in today's shrinking 
universe. In these days of increased 
foreign travel and trade we must know 
more than one language! Anne Petroff 
heads the Foreign Language depart- 
ment. 



administration 



SAVAGE TALKS TO SCIENCE CLASSES 




John Perry 



Caria Stevenson 



Jeff Taylor 





Dorothy McDonald 




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Kathy Tereskesz 

The Science Department strives to 
develop individuals who are not only 
Scientifically literate but are keenly 
aware of the use of Science in their 
every day lives. We also try to provide 
an atmosphere in which the student 
can become self directive, exercise or- 
iginality and initiative, so that they 
become productive and useful individ- 
uals in the community in which they 
live. 

The department is headed by John 
Perry. 



twenty-three 



MACHINE PROJECTS ESTABLISHED 



The Business Education Department 
believes it is imperative that students 
be prepared to participate in econom- 
ic life and train for vocational jobs. 

It is the function of the business 
department to work towards meeting 
the needs of its students and of the 
community by developing business 
skills, attitudes and understandings. 

There are several new teachers in 
the department this year. The depart- 
ment is headed by Jerry Gavin. 




Doug Paschall 



Judy Younger 




Donna Spence 



Judith Allen 



Sharon Buck 



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Tracey Moon 



Linda Opfer 



Terry Bennett 



The Math Department aims to 
prepare the students to seek self 
acomplishment in the future. There are 
programs for both college and non- 
college bound students. Over all the 
Department has proved essentia! to 
Kempsville High. 

Richard Watson heads the Math 
Department. 



MATH TACTICS USED EXTENSIVELY 





Richard Watson 



Paul Peter 



Jane Dilday 





Loretta Hinson 



Libby Crosby 



Don DeSarro 



Margaret Stamm 



twenty-five 



ARTS STRIVE TO DEVELOP SKILLS 




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Myron Curtis 



Bob Harris 








John Curtin 



Bob Parham 



Industrial Arts Is unique in that it 
helps students prepare for living in an 
industrial democracy and provides a 
foundation for specific occupational 
and educational opportunities. Where 
Industrial Arts is not confined to a spe- 
cific occupation or trade it provides a 
basic foundation for students pursuing 
a specific program in trade and in- 
dustry at the Virginia Beach Vocational 
Technical Center. John Curtin heads 
the department. 



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Bob Mullen 



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TEACHERS SERVE SAME PURPOSE 





Lou Sawyer 



Jerry Cole 



There are teachers whose depart- 
ments are not as large as others but 
these teachers are ones that are 
needed at Kempsville. 

These teachers range from Distribu- 
tive Education to Art. Included are 
Home Economics, Band and Chorus. 

The D.E. department is headed by 
Kelley Parnell, Art by Robin Partin, 
Band by Jerry Cole, Chorus by Lou 
Sawyer and Home Economics by 
Dorothy Frazier. 



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Joe Lawrence 




Kelley Parnell 






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Barbara Edoff 






Robin Partin 



twenty-seven 



PHYSICAL FITNESS STRESSED IN PE 




M.l. Waldman 



The Physical Education Department 
is seeking to provide more individual 
attention in its instructional program 
by increasing the staff membership 
therefore lowering the class size. Sev- 
eral teachers have been added to the 
staff to handle the shift in class size. 
Special emphasis is being placed on 
the intramural and extramural pro- 
grams within the required classes. The 
elective classes are stressing the im- 
portance of physical fitness. 

This year the department has 
changed not only in its instructional 
aspect but also in the construction of 
the gym and dressing rooms. New 
lockers were installed in the boys 
dressing room and a new floor was put 
down in the gym. Bill Cochrane heads 
this department. 



Dale Compton 









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Maxine Growling 



Bill Gochrane 



administration 



STAFF FOCUSES ON STUDENT NEEDS 




Edith Tanner 



Bob Braun 



Cathy Benn 





Wilson Crouch 








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Sue Sullivan 



Vi Poff's role as Kempsville High's 
nurse demands that her attention be 
focused on the students. Her concern 
for each individual's welfare is evident. 

The library is growing and ex- 
panding everyday with the help of new 
materials. It is headed by Bob Braun 
and Edith Tanner. 

Sue Sullivan and Wilson Crouch 
have two completely different jobs but 
one object in common, that is service. 
Sue Sullivan is head dietician and 
Wilson Crouch is head of the custodial 
staff. 

The Special Education classes are 
headed by Cathy Benn. The object is 
training of these young people to fit 
into today's society. 



twenty-nine 




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DIVELBISS CROWNED MISS IMAGE 






Debi escorted by Ricky Haddock. 



Miss Image 1973. 



Excitement overcomes Debi 





Miss Image steps forward. 



Kathy Marshall — Miss Image 1972 crowns Debi. 



This years Miss Image is Debi 
Divelbiss. She is a Varsity Cheerleader 
and has been a member of the Girls 
Gymnastic team for the past three 
years. During her junior year she was 



the Co-Captain of the Junior Varsity 
Cheerleaders. Debi was crowned 
during halftime of the BT Washington 
Basketball game. 



thirty-three 



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SEVEN GIRLS VIE FOR TITLE 







Jana Boyles 



Robin Cross 



Miss Image is chosen by the student 
body of Kempsville High School. She 
has superior qualities in appearance, 
academics, personality, citizenship, 
and most of ail, school spirit. 

This year's Miss Image is Debi 
Divelbiss. She was crowned during 
halftime of the Booker T. — Kemps- 
ville basketball game. 

The other contestants were Jana 
Boyles, Robin Cross, Debbie Goad, 
Debbie Hobbs, Cindy Marshall, and 
Wendy Settle. 




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Cheryl Hendricks 
1972 Homecoming Queen 



LATE AND COLD, THE SPIRIT SOARS 




Cheryl Hendricks was chosen the 
Homecoming Queen this year. She 
was selected for school spirit, academ- 
ic achievement and appearance 
against six other girls. She has been 
both a Jr. Varsity and Varsity 
Cheerleader, a class representative and 
other school activities. 

Other candidates were Wendy 
Settle, Jana Boyles, Debbie Goad, 
Debbie Hobbs, Cindy Marshall and 
Nancye Ratliff. 







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The new 1973 Homecoming Qu'een — Cheryl Hendricks. 



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SEVEN GIRLS VIE FOR TITLE 




Wendy Settle 



Jana Boyles 




Nancye Ratliff 




Debbie Goad 



activities 




Even though it was windy, wet, 
rainy, and a day late, the third annual 
Homecoming was a night that will 
linger in many hearts for a long time to 
come. 

The highlight of the evening was 
half-time. While the band, majorettes, 
and drill team were performing half- 
time, the Homecoming court and prin- 
cesses paraded onto the field. 

From the seven contestants on the 
court, Cheryl Hendricks was crowned 
Homecoming Queen for 1972. 



Debbie Hobbs, Cindy Marshall, Nancye Ratliff, Cheryl Hendricks, Wendy Settle, Debbie 
Goad, Jana Boyles. 





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Cindy Marshall 



thirty-nine 



FIRST ANNUAL CANDY CANE 




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Chris Jackson, Treasurer 



Phyllis Ashley, President 




Vicki Sanderlin, Secretary 

The Student Cooperative Associa- 
tion here at Kempsville serves as a 
voice for the student body to fellow 
students, faculty, and administration 
as weW coordination the student activ- 
ities program. Each student is a 
member and all are encouraged to 
take an active part. The S.C.A. can not 
be effective without the effort and en- 
thusiasm of each student. Much credit 
goes to the S.C.A. sponsors, Alice 
West and Paul Peter. 



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Bobby Brown — Photography Chairman, Karen Underhill — Publicity Chairman, Debbie Davis ■ 
Corresponding Secretary, John Windom — Marquee Chairman. 





Susie Williams — Historian 



Cindy Davis, Chaplain 



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Executive Council 

Phyllis Ashley 
David Beard 
Bobby Br-ovvn 
Steve Burbage 
Dede Dandridge 
Cindy Davis 
Debbie Davis 
Bill Edmunds 
Sam Ellis 

Grady Hedhespath 
Valerie Houck 



COUNCIL FOCUSES ON STUDENT NEEDS 



Guy Hyatt 
Chris Jackson 
Terry Jackson 
Sharon Kendrick 
Cindy Marshall 
John Pezzella 
Vicky Sanderlin 
Ricky Thomas 
Karen Underbill 
Bob Vogel 
Susie Williams 
John Windom 




SCA Executive Council. 



SCA 
Representatives 

Brenda Austin 
Valery Austin 
Janice Beard 
Debbie Berry 
Pat Billari 
Alexis Brown 
Mike Bryant 
Jan Bullock 
Rebecca Burner 
Gary Butler 
Suzanne Clark 
Frances Condor 
Marie Cox 
Cindy Crabtree 
Ronnie Crofford 
Patti Curran 
Debbie 
Dearborn 
Keith Forrest 
Lee Fowler 
Celia Foz 
Sherry Francis 
Phyllis Freeman 
Bill Gilliam 
David Gilliam 
Britt Glisson 
Debbie Goad 
Jeff Hainer 
Lynn Harris 
Terry Hauck 
Kristie Hessler 



Debbie Hobbs. 
William Hobby 
Guy Hyatt 
Cheri Johnston 
Mary Kennedy 
Kathy King 
Erna Love 
Robbie Lowery 
Christy Meekins 
Kevin Morrissey 
Pam Moyer 
Dinell Murphy 
Cheryl Myers 
Charlene Nash 
Suan Olsen 
Colleen Pierson 
Jake Powers 
Brenda Repass 
Ronald Riebe 
Joe Rusnock 
Joyce Shaw 
Bill Stakes 
Katie Stout 
Lynn Szucs 
Renee Taylor 
Sharon Teagle 
Cathy Tedder 
Kathy Tuck 
David Turner 
Mimi VanAuken 
Steve Vipavitz 
Cheryl White 
Richard Whitman 




SCA Representatives. 



The Student Council consists of one 
representative from each third bell 
class. They serve to bring the needs 
and ideas of the students they repre- 
sent before the Executive Council, and 
also to take back information on what 
the S.C.A. is doing. 



The Executive Council consists of 
the SCA officers and committee 
chairmen, the class officers, 10 
members of ICC and a representative 
from the Student Council. This body 
reviews all SCA matters and makes all 
major decisions. 



activities 



Ten students represented Kemps- 
ville High at the 1972 session of Boy's 
and Girls' State. Sponsored by the 
American Legion, Boys' State was held 
at the College of William and Mary 
and sponsored by the American 
Legion Auxiliary, Girls' State was held 
at Radford College. 

These programs aim to further the 
participants knowledge of state and 
local government. Students are in 
court procedures, conventions, cam- 
paigns, and elections. Everyone holds 
an office, ranging from city dog catch- 
er to governor. Lectures are also given 
from important people in Virginia. 
Though the week at Boys' or Girls' 
State can be very tiring, much is 
gained through the experience. 



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TEACHERS PICK 
TEN SENIORS TO 
REPRESENT KHS AT STATE 




Front Row: Matha Earl, )ana Boyles. Second Row: Ar...e Morris, Nehemiah Spence, Phyllis Ashley. Third Row: Mark Schwendeman, Chris 
Jackson, Bill Dragas, Danny Rose. 



forty-three 



STAFFS TASK HARD YET REWARDING 






Debbie Baynor - Business Manager 



Carolyn Menge - Editor 



John Windom 




Jana Boyles 





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Kitten Sisk - Asst. Editor 






Sharon Ruffer 



The main goal of the Image Staff is 
to provide a reflection of everything 
that has happened through the year to 
the students at Kempsville. This task, 
long, hard, and rewarding is felt and 



shared by everyone on the staff. Credit 
goes out to all who have helped in 
making this book, especially Robert 
and Kathleen Mullen, this year's 
sponsors of the Image. 



activities 






Keith Forrest 



Ellis Forbes 




Annual staff works hard to complete first deadline. 





Susie Williams 




Pam Falls 



forty-five 



TREATY REPORTS KHS HAPPENINGS 



The Treaty tormat this year was 
changed to a newspaper/magazine fea- 
turing in depth studies, regular col- 
unnns, and art work. The Treaty 
increased its publication from a 
monthly basis to a bi-monthly basis. 

The Treaty was produced under the 
leadership of co-editors Mary Halsey 
and Bob Vogel and under the guid- 
ance of Mrs. Sarah Seeley. Staff Posi- 
tions are filled by students who have 
completed one year of Journalism. 
Members of the Journalism I class 
serve as reporters for the newspaper. 

The purpose of the Treaty is five- 
fold; to publish news of events, ideas 
and opinions important to the school, 
to question, report, and interpret 
policies and activities, to give opportu- 
nities for student expression, to 
promote and publicize student activi- 
ties, and to inform, entertain, and in- 
terest all readers. 




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Front Row: Dede Dandrige, Robin Pederson, Grady Hedgespath, 

Kim Turner. 




Front Row: Michelle Mamrot, Patricia Lynch, Keri Hughes, Bill Edmonds, Cindy Marshall, 
Nancy Dickinson, Irene Morris. Standing: Mickey O'Hara, Vickie Singleton, Buddy Hooper. 




Front Row: Bob Vogel - Editor, Brenda Wilkerson, Frank Sayles, Ida Har- 

dison, Mary Halsey - Editor. 



activities 



The purpose of the Rutabage Fudge 
is to present to the students a maga- 
zine of their own creations. Students 
submit poems, short shories, and 
essays which are selected edited and 



published. Hard work, concentration 
and editing are rewarded by the 
production of this magazine. 

Beverly Dobson is the sponsor of 
the Rutabaga Fudge. 



DOBSON SPONSORS MAGAZINE 




Front Row: Sponsor - Beverly Dobson, Nehemiah Spence III, Anne Morris, Karen Pullen, Sharon Rogers, Cynthia Hatcher. Second Row: 
JoAnne Campbell, Vickie White, Debbie Friesen, Judy Seagel, Robin Hudgins, Christy Meekins. Third Row: April Jones, Jackie Criss, Theresa 
Hubbard, Kitten Sisk, Rebecca Morris, Susan Daniels, Harold Casey, Colleen Pierson, Bill Crane. 



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CLUB SELLS CANDLES 




Front Row: )eanette Jackson, Barbara Endoff. Second Row: Betty Credle, Jackie Criss. Third 
Row: Kitten Sisk, jan Harris, David Yarrington, Mike Graham, Debbie Coon, Janet Cook, 
Renee Taylor. Fourth Row: Mark Bridgeman, Brenda Co, Pam Matthews, Sam Guthrie, Chris 
Turner. Fifth Row: Brian Ander, Pam Wilson, |immv Batcman, Tom Duncan. 




The main objective of the Art Club 
is to develop an awareness of the na- 
ture of man and his environment 
through student perceptions. 

The club members have used their 
talents for the good of many. In school 
one of their projects this year was 
making and selling candles. They also 
made batiks. 

The officers this year are: Betty 
Credle — President, Jeanette Jackson 
— Vice-President, and Jackie Criss — 
Treasurer. The clubs sponsor is Barbara 
Endoff. 



Art students use a great variety of materials in their 
work. 



forty-nine 



DEBATORS PROVE POINT 



The Kempsville Debate Club is in 
actuality the Kempsville Debating 
Team. It is their purpose to provide 
valid discussion of controversial sub- 
jects. During the 72-73 season they 
debated forty or more schools in eight 
tournaments. 

With two varsity letterman and ten 
first year debators the team is making 
a strong showing. Team captain is 
David Beard. Novice Team Manager is 
Paul Kelly and Debate Manager is John 
Kish. 

Mr. Brinton, who substitutes at 
Kempsville High, is the club sponsor. 




Oatley — Outstanding Negative debater. Beard — Team Captain and Letterman, Kelly — 
Outstanding Affirmative debater, Kisk — Novice Captain, Letterman and Debate manager. 




Front Row: Margi Seng, John Kish, David Beard, Barbara Katz. Second Row: Chris Lesense. John Bannon, Chris 

Hinds, Neil Oatley, Lee Taylor, Paul Kelley, Vicki Singleton, Coach Brinton. 



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Discussing strategy. 




Winning affirmitive team. 



activities 




Front Row: Randy Barnes, Sponsor Sharon Buck, Debbie Merrill. Second Row: Linda Slade, Sharon Ruffer, 
Janet Downs, Vicki Johnson. Third Row: Judy Seagle, JoAnn Privitera, Nancy Pope, Debbie Woodley. Fourth 
Row: Sherry Gwin, Janice Beard, Denise Sfavenger, Diana Duball, Dottie Murphy, Carma Cole, Chery 1 
Sherman, Denise Winfield. 

FBLA SPONSORS TEACHERS TEA 





Members at Installation Banquet 



Duties of a president. 



The FBLA Club increases business 
knowledge and skills, by working with 
community, financial and social activi- 
ties. An example of their community 
activities was the selling of stuffed 
animals as a fund raising project. 

Officers this year are: Randy Barnes 



- President; Debbie Merrill - Vice Pres- 
ident; Linda Slade - Secretary; Sharon 
Ruffer - Treasurer; Kathy King - 
Parlimentarian; Vickie Johnson - Re- 
porter; Janet Downs - Historian; 
Joanne Privitera - Chaplin. The sponsor 
is Sharon Buck. 



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KEY CHAINS 
AND CARDS 
SOLD BY DE 




Club discusses plans. 



Donna Adcock 
Larry Ashcraft 
Bobby Bailey 
Larry Bailey 
Becky Barfoot 
John Barnes 
Brad Bell 
Louise Beltrami 
Pat Billari 
Gary 

Blankenship 
Ned 

Braithwaite 
Becky Brown 
Deborah 
Caswell 
Pauline 
Caswell 
Pam Catalanoe 
Pat Chappell 
Harry Chetister 
Robin Claxton 
Becky Cook 
Debbie 
Courtney 
Barbara Cowan 
Cindy Crabtree 
Stanley 
Creckmore 
Robin Crispin 
Cathy Davis 
Robin Davis 
Shelley DeFord 
Mark Dehns 
James Denton 
Wanda Dozier 
James Dreano 
Delton Dunbar 
Ida Fentress 
Kathy Friesz 
Frank Gillespie 
Steve Gray 



DECA is the Distributive Education 
Clubs of America. It is the national or- 
ganization of high school and post 
secondary students enrolled in Dis- 
tributive Education classes all over the 
United States. It is organized on local, 
state, and national levels to provide in- 
centives and rewards through recogni- 
tion for Distributive Education stu- 
dents. It encourages group partici- 
pation, leadership development, ca- 
reer study, and is recognized as a vital 
part of the program. 






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The manual of DE. 




Ricky Gupton 
Nancy Guyton 
Robin Names 
Alice Hamill 
MikeHamill 
Clarence Harris 
Sheryl Hawkins 
Charlie 
Haywood 
Ken Hazlett 
Gary Henry 
Ernie Hill 
Debbie Hobson 
Ron Howard 
Dana Jackson 
Vicki Johnson 



Beth Jones 
Steve Jones 
Dean Jordan 
Emily Jordan 
Brian Kalman 
Yvetto Kimble 
Yvonne Kimble 
Doug King 
Ricky Knox 
Judy Lannon 
Hugh Levesque 
Karen Manby 
Gail Mayton 
Janice Melvin 
Peggy Miley 
JoAnne 



Montague 
John Moore 
Jeanne Myers 
James 
McCullom 
Beth McGowan 
John McKinney 
Steve Newbern 
Debbie 
Obenauer 
Connie 
O'Toole 
Larry Owens 
Susan Pate 
Chris Peterson 
Bee Powell 



Kathy Price 
Aubrey Priddy 
Richard Quell 
Lena Raper 
Anita Reed 
Barbara 
Register 
Karen Ries 
Lynne Riser 
Larry Ritch 
James Roberts 
Bridget 
Robinson 
Debra 
Rumberger 
Ron Salih 



Vicky Sanderlin 
Matthew 
Sanderson 
Billy Savage 
Roger Savage 
Karen Sawyer 
Neil Silas 
Robin Silas 
Debbie 
Simmons 
Bill Smith 
Scott Smith 
Terry Spence 
Bruce Stevens 
Nina Suggs 
Marty Taylor 



DE Club of 1973. 



Jan Thomas 

Tericia 

Throneberry 

David Turner 

Phillip Tyree 

Deborah 

VanHoy 

Ricky Wade 

Beatrice 

Williams 

Wayne 

Womble 

David 

Yarrington 

Karen 

Youngbldod 



activities 



DE FLOAT FIRST IN HOMECOMING 




Lawrence explains ad system. 



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THESPIANS CROW IN 




Front Row: Mike Bates, Jackie Criss, Angeleck McCormic. Second Row: Cindy Hatcher, Dura 
Holloway, Laurie Carter, Debbie Tulchak, Sue Cox, Susan Albrecht. Third Row: Rita Mulley, 
Brian Kalman, Vicki White, Cindy Marshall, Cheryl Goode, David McNulty, Katherine Byrd, Lois 
Harcourt, Sharon Etheridge, Kathy Williams, Bill Edmonds, Mrs. West. Fourth Row: Fred Saw- 
yer, Jeff Simons, Pam Morrision, Becky Brunner, Brad Bess, Chris Jackson, Pam Falls, Teresa 

Hubbard, Philip Cordon, Grady Hedgepath. 




Tempertures rising. 




Fint reviews notes. 




Sharon Etheridge in her glory. 



activities 



SIZE AND IN TALENT 




Thespians is an international organi- 
zation of actors. Troupe 3027 was es- 
tablished at Kempsville in 1966. Its 
purpose is to present plays which con- 
tribute both culture and entertainment 
to the audience. To qualify, students 
must prove their ability and dedication 
in drama. It is a great honor to be 
selected for membership in ihis club. 

The officers this year are: President - 
Katherine Byrd; Vice-President - Susan 
Albrecht; Secretary-Treasurer - Debbie 
Tluchak. 

The Club is sponsored by Alice 
West. 



Who did you expect, Perry Mason? 




Katherine Byrd fights for the defense. 



No cover charge. 



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TEACHERS ENJOY FHA TEA 



The goal of the Future Homemakers 
Association is to help individuals 
improve personal, family and commu- 
nity living. An example of there involv- 
ments was a tea held in December. 

Officers this year were: Donna Irwin 
- President; Valerie Somers - Vice 
President; Pat Rogen - Treasurer; Lisa 
Blackwell - Secretary; Steve Wood - 
Recorder. The Club is sponsored by 
Dorothy Frazier. 




Front Row: Karen Wallace, Steve Wood, Pat Rogen, Elaine Piersol, Julie Sayre, Kim Davis, Donna Irwin, Valerie Somers. 



activities 




Counting up the profits. Mrs. Harper sponsors club. 

FRENCH CLUB SELLS CANDY 




The main objective of the French 
Club is to promote an interest in the 
language, culture and customs of the 
French people. Through club activities, 
students are able to expand upon that 
knowledge which has been obtained 
in classroom study. 

In addition to sponsoring a candy 
sale at all home basketball games and 
Christmas caroling for many French 
families in the area, the Club partici- 
pates in many activities programmed 
by the local chapter of L'Alliance Fran- 
caise. 

The Officers this year are: Susan 
Taylor — President; Barbara DeBellis 
— Treasurer; Lisa Howard — Secre- 
tary; Tommy Brinkley — Vice Pres- 
ident. The sponsor is Anne Harper. 



Front Row: Susan Taylor, Barbara DeBellis, Lisa Howard, Tommy Brinkley, Marty Bond — 
Sponsor. Second Row: Nancy Loiseaux, Laura Thorne, Joan Williams, David Tise. Third Row: 
Mickey Williams, Kathy Becby, Jan Mismas, Cherie Johnston, Glenn Walls. 



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The Girls Athletic Association is very 
active at Kempsville this year. The 
members are girls that have interests 
in various sports such as hockey, 
volleyball, and basketball. The club is 
sponsored by M.J. Waldman. Officers 
are: Paula Morphis - President; Sue 
Adkins - Vice President; Da Lynn Pa- 
trick - Treasurer; Nancy Loizeaux - 
Secretary; Bonnie Morton - Business 
Secretary. 





The basket's the other way. 



Come on Marta, sink it! 



GAA SPONSORS BASKETBALL GAMES 




Front Row: Sarah IJovvHng, Felicha Boyd, Jane Beeby, Chris Roon, Sheila Sheehy, Shelly Hamill, Marsha McHorse, Julie Sayers, Dana Jones. 
Second Row: Melissa Bowles, Vickie Sargent, Cindy Newsome, Debbie Ambrose, Jo Baynard, Becky Bruner, Diane Bulger, Cindy Lions. Third 

Row: Debbie Tyer, Linda Brutcher, Diane McNulty, Sandy Hoff, Laura Thorne, Maria Brown, Louise Hymons. Fourth Row: Nancy Loizeaux, 
Kathleen Foreman, Dalynn Patrick, Susan Atkins, Carolina Casias, Susan Cline, Sandy Thompson, Kathy Bryant. Fifth Row: Lori Robnett, Joyce 

Turley, Bonnie Martin, Kathy Beeby, Claren Scoot, Barb Parsons, M.J. VValdmann. 



activities 





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Brad discusses projects. 



Everyone states their opinions. 



SKATING PARTY HELD 




Jr. Civitan is a service club which 
practices friendship and citizenship. 
The club encourages youth to live a 
fuller life by practicing the Golden 
Rule and developing initiative abilities. 

Among the club's activities this year 
are: Avery successful "voo-doo" and 
spirit doll sale, visiting children at 
DePaul hospital and Christmas 
caroling. 

The officers this year are: President 
— Brad Clark; Vice-President — 
Sharon Ruffer; Secretary — Lisa 
Howard; Treasurer — Hal Casey; 
Chaplain — Jane Carvil. Irma Vinson is 
the club's sponsor. 



Front Row: Jane Carvil, Hal Casey, Lisa Howard, Sharon Ruffer, Brad Clark. Second Row: 
Nancy Pees, Lucy Kunzman, Richard Ballou, Glen Wintemburg, Bonnie Jones, Grady 
Hedgespeth. Third Row: Irma Vinson — Sponsor, Nememiah Spence, Linda Slade, Kevin 
Morrissey, Bob Vogel, Martha Earl, Kathy Metzger. Fourth Row: Vicki White, Becky Bruner, 
Kathy Foy, Debbie Friesan, Bill'Crane. 



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MUMS SOLD BY KEYETTES 



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The motto "We Serve" has been 
successfully carried out this year by 
the Keyette Club. 

Service projects are chosen each 
month, combined with many contribu- 
tions to the school and community. 
There are other activities for the pur- 
pose of raising money, such as the an- 
nual Sadie Hawkins Dance, selling 
homecoming mums, car washes, and 
others. 

The Keyette Club has remained a 
growing club with the help of their 
sponsor, Eddie Baker. 

The officers are President — Karen 
Wallace; Vice President — Susan 
Daniels; Treasurer — Judy Sherman; 
Secretary — Debbie Robinson; and 
Historians — Cheryl White and Karen 
Crawford. 








Hurry up preacher. 




Front Row: Susan Daniels, Cheryl White, Karen Crawford, Karen 

Wallace, Debbie Robinson, Judy Sherman. Second Row: Nanci 

Dickerson, Patricia Gentry, Kitten Sisks, Sharon Drier, Debbie 

O'Connell, Susan Cook, Jane Carvil, Cheryl Robinson, Karen Riter, 

Diana Sparks. Third Row: Valerie Somers, Judy Seagle, Kathy Williams. 




Keyettes float at Homecoming. 



activities 



Marrin' Sam. 





Front Row: Sam Guthrie, Nancy Pees, Devon Eldridge, jane Carvil, Lucy Kunzman. Second 
Row: Kevin Baker, Pat Gentry, Cheryl Wallace, Sharon Kunz, jay Snyder, Don Simmons. Third 
Row: Sponsor — Charlotte Oursler, George MacDonald, Robert Leverone, Sandy Thompson, 
Mickey O'hara, Maury Hill, Earl Hanbury, Larry Sarosdy. 



IS LATIN DEAD? No, Latin is alive 
and living at Kempsville High School. 
The Latin Club is only one of the many 
chapters of the National Junior Clas- 
sical League. The Club attended the 
State convention in November and 
helped finance the trip with money 
from the football candy sales, and 
rummage sale. The program included 
Christmas carroling over the holidays. 

The officers of the club are: Pres- 
ident — Devon Eldridge; Vice- 
President — Stephen Fitchett; Treasur- 
er — Jane Carvil; Secretary — Nancy 
Pees; Chaplain — Sam Guthrie; Histo- 
rian — Lucy Kunzman. 



CLUB HOLDS RUMMAGE SALE 





Club discusses plans. 



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KEY CLUB HAS NEW SPONSOR 



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Front Row: Jake Whitehurst — Sponsor, Steve McCord, Chris Jackson, John Orman, Clayton Bernick, Jeff Cole, 
Frank Minski. Second Row: Ric Harriman, Ken Moore, Jerry Haste, Rick Ballou, Roddy Calhoun, Bill McNew, 

Robert Wigandt, Hal Casey, Gary Haste. 



The Key Club this year has been ac- 
tive in district activities, some of which 
include inter-club football games, a 
convention in Ocean City, Md., and a 
planned 36 hour basketball marathon 
between area Key Club districts. 

We have worked closely with our 
Kiwanis sponsors, with emphasis on 
serving the youth of the community. 

We wish to express great apprecia- 
tion to our sponsors Mr. Whitehurst 
and Mr. Taylor. 

The main emphasis in the second 
semester will be on building up our 
under-classmen membership so that 
next year we will have a strong club. 







Key Club cheerleader. 



activities 



PURPOSE FULFULLED — CHESS PROMOTED 




Front Row: Paul Stevens, Chris LeSesne, Danny Shultz, Dennis Granger, Nehemiah Spence III, 
Charles Shank, Matt Stavish, Kim Turner. Second Row: Mike O'Brien, Nelson Alcosh, Marshall 
Lewis, Crich Kindred, Steven Stavish, Bill Smith, Doug Paschall and Kelly. 




The Kempsville High School Chess 
Club has been in existence for two 
years. During this time it has fulfilled 
it's purpose, to promote Chess on the 
high school level. The Club has 
challenge system running throughout 
the year and matches with other 
schools are set up periodically. 

The Club's annual event and the Va. 
Beach Norfolk Area H.S. Chess Cham- 
pionship, the Kempsville Invitational 
Scholastic Chess Tournaments, the 
Norfolk Open Chess Tournaments, 
and the Va. Beach Chess Congress. 
The last two are United States Chess 
Federation rated events. The Club 
became a USCF — affiliate this year. 
Anyone interested in learning to play 
Chess or in improving their game are 
eligible to join. 

The Club's officers for this year are: 
Nehemiah Spence, III — President; 
Mary Bee Halsey Secretary; John Kish 

— Vice President; Glenn Wintemberg 

— Treasurer. 



Are you sure Bobby Fischer started this way? 




Check MATE! 



You better not touch my queen. 



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The Leo Club is affiliated with the 
Lions Club. 

The Club has contributed nnoney to 
the Joy Fund. Money was raised 
through many projects, among them, 
the selling of Christmas trees. Twice a 
year the Leo Club sponsors an eyeglass 
drive to collect eyeglasses for the 
needy. 

The officers are: President — Larry 
Stauffer, 1st Vice President — Christy 
Siebels, 2nd Vice President — Harold 
Casey, Secretary — Sharlene Nash, and 
Treasurer — Geri Siebels. The Club's 
sponsor is Ray Barlow. 










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Front Row: Laura Flanagan, Charlene Nash, Sharon Drier, Larry Staufer, Christy Siebels. Back 
Row: Mr. Ray Barlow, Nancy Dickinson, Tricia Gentry, Geri Siebles, Lee Fowler, Patty Dozier, 

Mary Beth Morgan, Hal Casey. 

BARLOW LEO CLUB SPONSOR 




Club and sponsor discuss plans. 



activities 



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Front Row: Rod Buffington, Martha Earl, Anne Morris, Nehemianh Spence, Sponsor - Judy Staten. Second Row: Laura Dennis, Joey 
Rusnock, Nancy Long, Jana Boyles, Phyliss Ashley, Robin Cross. Third Row: Susan Guthrie, Wendy Settle, Janet Atherton, Susan 
Taylor Kathy Murphy, Ellen Smith. Fourth Row: Bob Vogel, Dawn Murphy, Dianne Boyd, Nancy Pees, Jane Carve 1, Lucy Kunzman. 
Fifth Row: Jerry Haste, Mike McCartney, Cindy Marshall, Doug Lewis, Paul Felts, Christy Siebels. Sixth Row: Tom Brinkley, Clayton 
Bernick, Laurie Wilson, Bill Crane, Vicky White, Diane McCarthy. Seventh Row: Brad Clark, Karen Pullen, Carolyn Kramer, Gary 
Haste, Debbie Friesen, Vicky Grade!, Jeff Dozier. 

NHS OFFERS TUTORING SERVICES 



Members of the National Honor So- 
ciety are chosen in the spring of their 
Junior year. They are selected on the 
qualities of character, leadership, ser- 
vice, and scholarship. The Society's 
high standards were upheld by a tu- 
toring service which was offered 



during the year and by helping the 
school in any other way possible. 

The officers this year are: President - 
Anne Morris; Vice President 
Nehemial Spence; Secretary - Martha 
Earl; Treasurer - Roddy Buffington. 
Judy Staten is club sponsor. 



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The Pep Club has worked hard this 
year to increase school spirit and en- 
thusiasm for the Club. They have made 
signs to enable the student body to be 
aware of activities going on around the 
school. Their support in all sports has 
given the necessary boost in school 
spirit. 

The officers this year are: President - 
Elizabeth Mason; Vice President - 
Sandy Winfield; Secretary - Shirley 
Smithson; Treasurer - Kathleen 
Foreman; Reporter - Lyn Clark. 




Pep Club makes spirit signs. 



PEP CLUB'S SIGNS BOOST SPIRIT 




Front Row: Kathleen Foreman, Sandy Winfield, Elizabeth Mason, Shirley Smithson, Lyn Clark, Sandra Stinson, Cathy 

Teresker/, Sponsor. Second Row: Barbara Parsons, Sheree Wallace, Karen Earl, Kathy Wison, Pat Hardy, Norma Foreman, Cathy 

Simmons. Third Row: Mary Edwards, Vickie Spangler, Cindy Thurston, Debbie Simmons, Darieen Stevenson. Fourth Row: 

Emily Jordan, Sharon Thompson, Cindy Smtih, Tweety Winfield, Sharon Kunz, Cindy Lyons, fifth Row: Marie Cox, Nancy 

Loizeaux, Melissa Bowles, Fran Kujawski, Ida Hardison. Sixth Row: Debbie Hobbs, Ann Rollins, Debbie Goad, Wendy Settle, 

Laura Dennis. 



activities 




Front Row: Jackie Sessoms - Sponsor, Debhic Iruscn, Rita MullaK, |.in lUilliu k, ( arolyn Kramer. 
Second Row: Pat Hardly, Pat Lynch, Rhona Stiff, Norma Freeman. Third Row: Sandy Kramer, Lisa 
Langelier, Leann Wilson. Fourth Row: Chris Le Sesne, David Hail, Keith Forrest, Linda Wilson, 
Mark Lewis, John Bryzinski, Laurie Wilson. 

STUDENTS RETURN TO ESPANA 




The Spanish Club of Kempsville is 
expanding every year. These members 
are moving ahead, The Club has had 
several money making projects this 
year including selling lollipops. 

Officers this year are: Carolyn 
Kramer - President; Jan Bullock - Vice 
President; Rita Mullaly - Treasurer; 
Debbie Friezen - Secretary; and Jackie 
Sessoms - Sponsor. 



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TALENT AND 



Developing appreciation of plays 
and learning basic skills of self expres- 
sion are the objectives of the Drama 
Club. Much emphasis is also placed on 
selfconfidence and poise in acting. 

The students study play production 
to enable them to fully appreciate 
drama and its many phases. The 
members of the Club participate in 
make-up, lighting, the building of sets, 
and actual stage acting. 

The Club is sponsored by Alice 
West. 




Jeter the clown. 



Practice makes perfect. 




Practice at the Senior Class Play. 



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And thats how it happened! 




Emotions and feelings shown by actress. 



activities 



SKILL DISPLAYED 






l>--A £. 




Drama Club ot 1973. 





Senior Play, "Adrift In New York" in 
practice. 



Performance and skill. 




Don't fight over me! 



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Fidelis Tri-Hi-Y is a service organiza- 
tion. The club with the largest mem- 
bership of all clubs at Kempsville. 
Many projects were taken by the club 
this year, several included attending 
churches every month and visiting a 
convalescent home. 



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Tri-Hi-Y's float in Homecoming parade. 



Co-captains Boyles and Hobbs talk over tactics. 



TRI-HI-Y MAKES FLOWERS AND POTS 




Front Row: Anne Rollins, Linda Slade, Kathy Simmons, Shirleen Miller, Carol Picard, Wendy Settle, Valeris Houck, Paula Priden, Robin Cross, 

Cindy Marshall, Vanessa Halvorsen, Laurie Reynolds, Debbie Hobbs, Nancy Long, Judy Sherman, Nancy Tapscott, Brenda Boyd, Karen Turner, 

Roberta Brown. Second Row: Robin Jackson, Dorothy Cline, Kim Davis, Cheri Johnston, Debbie Ambrose, Pam Amory, Anita Hammer, 

Nancy Loizaux, Kathleen Foreman, Pam Falls, Cheryl Robinson, Susan Albrecht, Debbie Tluchak, Karen Underbill. Third Row: Judy Staten — 

Sponsor, Carolyn Menge, Kathy King, Lori Walker, Jana Boyles, Patrice Bowles, Debbie Dearborn, Diana Rquschenbach, Sherrye Jeter, Kathy 

Hammer, Bonnie Martin, Diana Duvall, Becky Meadows, Linda Hussey, Connie Butler, Sandy Winfield, Denise Winfield. 



activities 




The highlight of the year was 
Powder Puff Football. Even though the 
team lost the game, it was enjoyed by 
all. Co-captains chosen were Jana 
Boyles and Debbie Hobbs. Steve 
Parker was again their coach. 

Officers this year are: Vanessa Hal- 
vorsen — President; Nancy Ratliff — 
Vice President; Laurie Reynolds — 
Treasurer; Robin Cross — Secretary; 
Debbie Hoffs — Chaplain; Paula 
Purden — Sargeant at Arms; Judy 
Staten — Sponsor. 




A friendly shoulder to lean on. 



A coaches' delight. 



FOR VISIT TO A CONVALESCENT HOME 




Run that ball! 




Who has the ball? 



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Mighty club of '73. 

CLUB GROWS IN STATUS AND NUMBER 




officers: Mark Laws - Secretary, Mike Conaway - Chaplain, Cadillac Harris - Sargeant-at-arms, Mike McCartney - Treasurer, Brain Catlin and 

Frank Welch - Co-Chairmen. 



activities 




Front Row: Don McBride, Charlie Misuna, Frank Moore, Mark Barbee, Mark Laws, Paul 
Robinson, Terry Lassister, Mike Conaway, Mike McCartney, Brad Clements, Mike Bryant. 
Second Row: Tim Thompson, Grady Hedgspeth, Mark Bird, Jimmy Moore, Brad Brinkley, Billy 
Parris, Barly Slocum, Frank Minscke, Cadillac Harris, David Campbell, Mark Brewer, Jim 
Everett, Danny Rose, Kevin Morrisey, Lee Fowler, Brian Catlin, Steve Lemnios, Frank Welch. 



The Kempsville High School Varsity 
Club has existed for five years now. It 
has grown in size and leadership. 

Activities this year have consisted of 
helping the community and school by 
such things as buying the Varsity 
Cheerleaders flowers for the Home- 
coming football game. 

The officers are Brian Catlin and 
Frank Welch Co-Chairmen; Mark Laws 
— Secretary; Mike McCartney — Trea- 
surer; Mike Conaway — Chaplain; 
and Cadillac Harris — Sargeant-at- 
arms. The club sponsors are Ed Booth 
and Ray Barlow. 




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Executive council at work. 




Club officers discuss future plans. 



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Y TEENS ARE VICTORIOUS AGAIN 



Y-Teens is a service organization 
affiliated with the YWCA. The club 
strives to develop good personal char- 
acter in each of its members and also 
to extend friendship to all people in a 
Christian way. 

Y-Teens activities this year included 
a Halloween and Christmas party for a 
group of underprivileged children and 
a tea for the teachers. The Y-Teens 
remained undefeated once again in 
Powderpuff football. This year the club 
had a new coach, Mr. Garrett. 

Sponsors of the club this year were 
Pam Quinn and Betty Whitford. The 
Y-Teens greatly appreciate all of the 
time, effort, and devotion and the 
teachers have given to the club. 

Officers this year were: President, 
Martha Earl; Vice-President, Susan 
Williams; Secretary, Krystal Lake; 
Treasurer, Paula Musselman; Chaplain 
and Sgt.-at-Arms, Nancy Oard; and 
Historian, Chrys Roon. 




Front Row: Sponbor - Pam Quinn, Martha Earl, Susie Williams, Paula Musselman, Nancy Oard, 

Krystal Lake. Second Row: Peggy Earl, Robbie Lowry, Kathy Murphy. Third Row: Mary Ann 

Miller, Becky Garcia, Belinda McKenzie, Kris Heassler, Darlene Sharp, Vicki Johnson, Kathy 

Metzger, Sharon Samson, Marianne Miller, Christy Proctor, Connie Kearns, Debbie Lang, 

Macy Poulin, Becky Skiles, Patty Curran, Mary Womble, Tina Remicci. 





Terri Bryant gains yardage. 



Coach Garrett contemplates victory. 




Becky Skiles pours on the power. 



activities 





FIRST YEAR 
FOR NJROTC 

The NJROTC is offered for the first 
time at Kempsville High. There are 85- 
90 people enrolled in the program, 
including several girls. 

The main purpose of the NJROTC is 
to train young men and women to be 
officers in the armed services. The 
group has Staff Officers and Platoon 
Commanders, also positions of com- 
missioned and petty officers. The 
students in the program enjoyed it 
very much. 

The classes are taught by Com- 
mander Lackore and Chief Clutter. 



KHS ROTC Officers 



Cordan keeps in step during drills. 





All stand at attention for Inspection. 



ROTC not limited to school. 





Chief Cutler checks his patrol. 



Commander Lackore instructs class. 



seventy-five 



STUDENTS EXHIBIT VARIOUS 




One more stroke and it will be finished. 




Skilled hands transform mound of plaster to art. 





"Saturday in the Park" by Sharon Rogers. 




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Paper mache formed by a preparation of flour and water. 



Bored stiff? 



activities 



FORMS OF FINE ART SKILLS 




Are you sure this is going to fit? 




Creativity is again displayed by 
Kempsville's student. These talented 
individuals excell in oils, pen and ink, 
acrylic and other medians. They have 
contributed greatly in promoting in- 
volvement in other students. 

The goal of these artists is to mold 
and perfect the imaginative potential 
through the leadership of Robin Partin, 
head of the Art Department. 



Practice, patience exhibited through art. 



Expression through acrylics. 



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STUDENTS SHOW PLEASURE 



Industrial Arts offers six areas for a 
student to choose from. They may take 
two years of every course offered in 
woods, metals, drafting, electronics 
and crafts. The department has the 
largest enrollment of any school in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Students are encouraged to plan 
and construct all types of items — 
from leather belts to building the 
chassie for a hot rod. The labs are busy 
with activity everyday, with many 
students taking two or more industrial 
arts classes. 





Myron Curtis explains pot throwing. 



Precession and skill required. 



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Electrical equipment necessary for everyday use. 



Sanding makes smooth. 





Rifle case made in Woodshop. 



Patience, the key to success. 



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AND ENJOYMENT IN ARTS 







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Closer to a finished pot. 



Tools of a Draftsman. 



Molding to perfection 





Throw that pot! 



Smoothing the surface. 



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SAWYER DIRECTS CHORUS 



The Chorus of Kempsville High 
School produces an almost unlimited 
list of songs. It ranges from classical 
music to the sounds of today. Two 
concerts are presented each year. 
These concerts always provide the au- 
dience with much enjoyment and are 
the result of hard work, practice, and 
talent. 

The department has several divi- 
sions of singers. They are Mixed 
Chorus, Girl's Chorus, Accapella 
Chorus, and Madrigals. 

Lou Sawyer is the head of the 
department. 




Front Row: Janet Atherton, Cheryl Robinson, Arleen Deberry, Karen Pullen, Marianne Miller, 

Laurie Wilson. Second Row: )eff Bradley, Nat Jones, Vickie White, Martha Jones, Rick Bleise, 

Mike Crabtree. Third Row: Don Simmons, Jake Powers, Don Moss. 




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'Fly Me To The Moon." 



Make the pitch softer. 





Accapella at practice. 



activities 





SONGS FILL THE AIR 




Lou Sawyer acknowledges the audiences applause. 



The director's hands are music in themselves. 




Lou Sawyer surrounded by beautiful music and girls. 



Lou Sawyer directs chorus in another number. 



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Band performs at half-time. 




The beat goes on. 

The Kempsville Marching Chiefs, 
under the direction of Jerry Cole, prac- 
tices every day during third bell. These 
students put forth many long hours of 
practice for their performances. 

The band played at all home foot- 
ball games and marched in several 
parades including the Oyster Bou'l. 
They had two concerts, one in the fall 
and one in the spring. The band also 
played at several home basketball 
games. An outstanding year for the 
Kempsville band. 




Future band players? 



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BAND MARCHES AT CHARITY BOWL 





Only four minutes till half. 



Chief Tenney at work. 





Band and nnajorettes exit field 



Wayne Anderson 
Stanley Beasley 
Melody Bernard 
Eddie Blaylock 
David Bowling 
Cindy Bremser 
Jeb Brewer 
Tim Brewer 
Ricky Brooks 
Nancy Brown 
Nancy Bruce 
Mary Brun 
Roddy Calhoun 
Robert Callihan 
Debbie Calvert 
John Carlo 
Jackie Colden 
Rocky DeRentis 
Kathy Earley 
Terri Edwards 
Mike Ehrmann 
Steve Fitchett 
Lee Fix 



David Fluty 
Mike Flynn 
Scott Foxwell 
Carolyn Cahagan 
Mike Geston 
John Gilliken 
Jamie Gray 
Bruce Green 
Gary Haste 
Jerry Haste 
Ann Higgins 
Elish Higgins 
Raymond Higgins 
Linda Holland 
Mike Hoover 
Tim Johnston 
Bonnie Jones 
Steve Kappler 
Mike '^Bliey 
Tia King 
Steve Knight 
Bill Knowles 
Laura Kubiszewski 



ROSTER 

Bob Lengel 
Larry Liverman 
Larry Lysse 
Roger Mandigo 
Roger Martin 
Marvel Mayfield 
Phil Meekins 
Terrie Metz 
Sherman Montgomery 
Dallas Monney 
Pam Moyer 
David Nelson 
Ann Nettles 
Danette Norville 
Danny Norville 
Helen Olds 
Mike Padgett 
Johnny Perkins 
John Peterson 
Tommy Powers 
Pat Pugh 
Guy Rhodes 
Debbie Roberts 



Kim Rush 
Roland Russell 
Mike Schnoebelen 
Donald Shelly 
Rick Sherman 
Ellen Smith 
Gail Smith 
Jackie Spruill 
Alva Tarkenton 
David Tenney 
Skee Tenney 
Valerie Tenney 
Linda Thomas 
Billy Tyree 
Richard Ward 
Susan Warren 
Ted Warren 
Robert Washburn 
Gwen White 
Karen Wilson 
Eric Wilson 
Nancy Yaple 
Bob Vogel 

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GIRLS TWIRL 

IN OYSTER 

BOWL PARADE 



Hard work and long practices show 
that Kempsvilles' majorettes are out- 
standing in their marching and twirling 
abilities. They displayed their talents to 
the student body as well as the public 
by their appearance at pep rallies, all 
home football games and several 
parades including the Oyster Bowl. 
Dene Montgomery is the teams 
sponsor. Terry Francis is captain. 




Vicki Williamson. 




Serious thought. 




Rossi Cavallo, Cindy Marshall, Linda Mood, Sherry Francis, Terry Francis, Sharon Eagle, Jean Lamb, 

Vicki Williamson. 



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GIRLS ADD SPIRIT 




Front Row: Irene Morris, Connie Johsnon, Karen Courtney, Sandy Johnson. Second Row: Julie 
Smith, Becky Skiles. Third Row: Krystal Lake, Anita Hammer, Darlene Booker, Lynn Lee, Tina 
Snyder, Kathy Tuck. 



The JV Cheerleaders displayed their 
pep and spirit through the year. The 
group sponsored by Cathy Tereskesz 
cheered at all JV sports activites. The 
spirit of these girls have helped their 
teams come out on top with great 
season records. Co-captains this year 
are Lynn Lee and Julie Smith. 





Happiness is a touchdown. 



Girls with sponsor, Cathy Tereskesz. 




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Co-Captains; Lynn Lee and Julie Smith 




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The Varsity Cheerleaders worked 
together this year to promote spirit 
and enthusiasm throughout KHS while 
supporting the "Mighty Chiefs". The 
squad participated in several parades 
and attended camp where they were 
named the Most Outstanding Squad. 

During the year the girls took on 
many projects including selling potato 
chips and painting the field house. 

Charlotte Oursler sponsored the 
squad this year. 




Wendy Settle, Co-captain 



Debbie Goad, Co-captain 




Anne wonders "Why?' 



Dede, Debbie, and Laura earn a deserved rest. 




'If the tans didn't notice us, they 
never will." 



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CHEERLEADERS ADD PEP TO SPORTS 




Left to right: Dede Dandridge, Laura Dennis, Janet Hightower, Anne Rollins, Debbie Goad, Wendy Settle, Debl Divelbliss, Debbie Lang, Pam 
Morris, Katie Todd, Robin Barton. 





Debi Divelbliss 



Laura Dennis 



Anne Rollins 




Girls on parade. 



Have you got that spirit? 



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DRILL PARTICIPATES IN OYSTER BOWL 



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Front Row: Terry DeCook, Sharon Kendrick, Pam Amory, Chris Heassler, Brenda Boyd, Karen Turner, Nancy Tabscott, Debbie 
Oatman, Theresa Catron, Carol McBride, Second Row: Scherryl Jeter, Cheir Johnston, Susan Houtckins, Debbie Dearborn, 
Devon Eldridge, Marta Brown, Patrice Boyles, Connie Kearns, Lois Walker, Debbie Lovitt, Chris Roon, Debbie Ambrose, Bever- 
ly Larry, Bonita Green, Terry Sawyer, Vicki Anderson. 




Seniors Front Row: Shirleen Miller, Cindy Marshall, Valerie Houck, Robin Cross, Janet 

Atherton, Susan Taylor, Laurie Reynolds, Lee Berkhimer. Second Row: Charlene Nash, Phyllis 

Ashley, Nancy Long, Kim Davis, Linda Tucker, Jana Boyles, Kathy King, Kim Schafer, Susan 

Daniels, Cathy Davies, Carolyn Menge. 



Co-Captains: Robin Cross, and jana 

Boyles. 



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WILLIAMSBURG AND CHOWAN PARADES 





Team marches at Williamsburg Parade. 




"Left, left, left right . . ." 



Girls, Girls, Girls 

The Drill Team of Kempsville 
headed by Co-Captains Robin Cross 
and Jana Boyles have ended another 
year of fine accomplishments. The 
Fifty-five girls on the team all worked 
extremely hard this year to entertain 
everyone whom they performed for. 
The team marched at all home football 
games, and several parades including 
the Oyster Bowl. They marched before 
crowds at Chowan College and the 
Charity Bowl. 

Four Officers were chosen this year 
to help in leading the team. They are 
Nancy Long — President; Susan Taylor 
— Vice-President; Kathy King — Trea- 
surer; and Laurie Reynolds — Secre- 
tary. B.J. Waldman is the sponsor. 



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COACHES STRENGTHEN 



The coaching staff at Kempsville 
High School is under the new super- 
vision of athletic director, Ed Booth. 
Many coaches are working together to 
bring out our talent in various sports. 
They work many hours to combine 
ability and sportsmanship qualities to 
bring the teams together. 

Kempsville is reaching the goal of 
being known as a winning school in 
many areas. State, Regional, and Dis- 
trict titles have been won by Kemps- 
ville teams. 



BASEBALL: 




KNS2 


Norview 


KHS 7 


Princess Anne 3 


KHS 5 


Norcom 2 


KHS 7 


Kellam 1 


KHS 4 


Bayslde 2 


KHS 15 


First Colonial 


KHS 7 


Kellam 4 


KHS 11 


Cox 2 


KHS 2 


Norview 


KHS 13 


Lake Taylor 


KHS 4 


Princess Anne 1 


KHS 6 


Cranby 2 


KHS 11 


B.T. V^ashington 


KHS 8 


Bayside 


KHS 13 


Western Branch 1 


KHS 3 


Cox 3 


KHS 3 


Maury 5 


KHS 4 


Norview 3 


KHS 3 


Cox 1 


KHS 6 


Norcom 


KHS 8 


Bethel 8 


KHS 5 


Amherst County 4 


KHS 5 


Washington and Lee 


STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 




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Ray Barlow 




FOOTBALL: 




KHS21 


Bayside 


KHS 7 


Lake Taylor 28 


KHS 14 


B.T. Washington 7 


KHS 20 


Kellam 6 


KHS 13 


First Colonial 21 


KHS 16 


Maury 24 


KHS 6 


Cox 9 


KHS 7 


Princess Anne 28 


KHS 14 


Indian River 12 


KHS 14 


Norview 43 




Doug Paschall 







Bob Braun 




Dale Compton 




Bill Cochrane 



HOCKEY: 




KHS 2 


First Colonial 1 


KHS 1 


First Colonial 1 


KHS 6 


Princess Anne 1 


KHS 2 


Princess Anne 1 


KHS 1 


Bayside 


KHS 2 


Bayside 1 


KHSO 


Cox 3 


KHS 3 


Cox 4 


KHS 2 


Kellam 1 


KHS 2 


Kellam 2 


BASKETBALL: 




KHS 82 


Wilson 85 


KHS 53 


Princess Anne 76 


KHS 56 


Bayside 66 


KHS 65 


First Colonial 83 


KHS 59 


Cox 72 


KHS 67 


Kellam 47 


KHS 52 


Hayfield 76 


KHS 64 


)eb Stuart 77 


KHS 77 


Conzaga 63 


KHS 70 


Manor 66 


KHS 62 


Granby 64 


KHS 55 


Norview 67 


KHS 60 


Princess Anne 72 


KHS 60 


Kellam 49 


KHS 46 


Maury 82 


KHS 55 


First Colornal 43 


KHS 57 


Bayside 73 


KHS 60 


Cox 67 


KHS 71 ■ • 


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KHS STATE BASEBALL TEAM 




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Front Row: Kevin Morrisey, Rick Scarper, Ricky Bliese, Steve Hanson, Brian Catlin, Ken Patton, Jan Patterson, Rodney Blake, Bobby Morgan. 
Second Row: Coach Lou Sawyer, Walter Wetherington, Mel Ruperti, Don Hauck, Billy Paschall, Jimmy Roberts, David Newman, Bobby 

Taylor, Coach Ray Barlow, N.W. Morris — Principal. 



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PASCHALL LEADS STATE TEAM 



Behind the Five "hit, 13 strike out 
pitching effort of Billy Paschall and a 
tremendous overall team performance, 
the Kempsville Diamond "9" defeated 
Washington-Lee of Arlington 5-3 for 
it's first group AAA State Baseball 
Championship. 

Settling down after allowing three 
runs in the first 2 innings, the Chiefs 
rallied in the top of the third inning 
sending nine men to the plate. Three 
runs scored, all with two out after Mel 
Ruperti's single started the rally. A 
walk and an error loaded the bases 
and Allen Price's line single scored 
one run. Rodney Blake walked, driving 
in the second run and Paschall was hit 



by a pitch to send home the third. 

The mighty Chiefs broke the tie in 
the fifth inning. Don Hauck laced a 
double, Ruperti followed with an in- 
field single. After two were out, Steve 
Hansen drove a ground rule double 
over the centerfield fence scoring 
Hauck with the winning run. 

An insurance run was added the 
next inning when Nate Blake doubled 
home "General" Patton who had 
singled. From then on it was "smooth 
sailing" and the Chiefs won their 22nd 
of 23 games this season and it's first 
state title after only three years of var- 
sity competition. 




Paschall follows through. 




Let a smile be your umbrella. 




Price gets set for the tag 




Patton rounds third and heads home. 



ninety-five 



Kempsville finished regular season 
competition compiling a 16-1 record 
and winning the Eastern District 
Championship for the third straight 
year as a high school team, sports writ- 
ers equaled the Chiefs to the Bal- 
timore Orioles for experience, the 
Pittsburgh Pirates for pitching, the Cin- 
cinnati Reds for hitting power, and St. 
Louis Cardinals for infield speed. We 
agree whole heart ediy. 




Patton truckin home. 







Croup of weary state titlists. 




We have the whole state title in our hands. 



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NO ONE IS BETTER 






For the last four years Kempsville 
has continuously received outstanding 
pitching, hitting, and fielding perform- 
ance from stalwarts Billy Paschal! (26- 
3), Don Hauck (14-1), and Melvin 
Ruperti (16-3). Coach Barlow feels he'll 
surely miss these caliber atheletes and 
the lettering seniors. 

Nate Blake, "The Best Hitting Catch- 
er in the State," continuously thwarted 
opponents base-stealing attempts 
with his "quick draw" release to all 
bases. Senior Rick Scarper, having a 
great comeback season at the plate, 
provided the Chiefs with cham- 
pionship play in the left field 
throughout the year. "General" Patton 
has performed almost flawless fielding 
at second base for the last two years at 
Kempsville. This year Patton shared 
the Golden Glove Fielding Award 



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en Glove Award, performed flawlessly 
at shortstop while providing always 
dependable hitting at the plate. Steve 
Hansen and Ricky Bliese, the re- 
mainder of the "Super Sophomore 
Trio," are three sport letterman in 
baseball, football and basketball. Their 
heroic fielding, hitting, and winning 
attitude will continue to provide big 
victories for Kempsville in the future. 







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"Nate" Blake protects the plate. 




Coaches Ray Barlow and Lou Davvyer don't look a bit 
nervous. 



Stance of a homerun hitter. 



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GOLFERS WIN 
EASTERN 
DISTRICT 

The Golf Team ended their season 
fourth in the city and first in Eastern 
District. In regular season play the 
1972 team compiled a eight and two 
record, with losses to Princess Anne 
and Keliam. 

With the exception of Tom Smith, 
all other boys will be returning for 
another season of play. Coach Bob 
Braun heads the team. 




Billy Savage, Tom Smith, Bruce Parris, Roger Savage, Coach Braun. 




Bruce Parris 








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Billy Savage 



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Doxey and opponent battle to finish. 




Schwinderman thinks victory. 



Kempsville and Kellam runners at starting line. 



TRACK TAKES SECOND IN DISTRICT 




Front Row: Al Weeks. Row Two: Chris LeSesne, Tim Brown, George Coff, Kevin Vepavitz, 
Larry Collins, Tim Thompson. Row Three: Steve Stephenson, Brad Brinkley, Terry Lassister, 
Bruce Counoyer, David Campb,ell, Arthur Davis. Row Four: Mike Brock, Jim Sovocool, Marvin 
Ashby. Row Five: John Brown, Oliver Mayfield. Row Six: Coach Parker. 



Ending the season with a 3-2 record, 
the 1971-72 Track team was the peak 
of a three year building period. The 
backbone of our success was concen- 
trated in our graduating seniors: Jerry 
Inge, Clyde Doxey, George Coff, Mike 
Boyd, Kevin Vipavetz, Julius Hurdle, 
and Tim Brown. 

Although these seniors were the 
strength of this team, there are many 
promising underclassmen. These and 
others will be the Chiefs' 1973 Track 
representatives. The team is coached 
by Steve Parker and Donald DeSarro. 



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KHS TENNIS TEAM GOES 



During the 1971-72 school year, the 
tennis team had 4 wins and 6 losses. 
There was a great deal of experience 
and poise gained this year as 5 of the 
first 6 players were juniors or sopho- 
mores. The only player lost to gradua- 
tion was the number one player, Gary 
Teagle. 

There were 3 players to post a 
record of 5 wins and 5 losses: Mike 
Skaltsounis, Nick O'Hara, and Phil 
Meadows. Two Doubles' teams posted 
records of 6 wins and 4 losses: Frank 
Minschke — Mike Shaltsounis and 
Nick O'Hara — Phill Meadows. 

The team is coached by Doug 
Paschall. 




Front Row: Becky Bruner, Roddy Calhoun, Debbie Tyer, Dalynn Patrick, Glenn Win- 
temberg, Karen Wallace, David Brant, Billy Miller. Second Row: Mike Skaltsounis, 
Nick O'Hara, Gary Teagle, Roddy Buffington, Frank Minschke, Phil Meadows, Steve 
Stavish, Coach Doug Paschall. 





Overhand serve illustrated. 



Tennis ball returned. 



Phil Meadows 




Mike Skaltsounis 



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John Windom on sidehorse. 



KHS Gymnastics team ended the 
season First in the District. Coach jack 
Weller and the boys spent long hours 
practicing for their meets. Steve 
Johnson led the team as an all around 
gymnist. Agility and strength are the 
two characteristics that are the utmost 
importance, and the 1972 gymnastics 
team has proven this. 



STEVE JOHNSON LEADS TEAM 





Front Row: )erry Picard, George Shovak, Warnell Dozier, Keith Johnson. Second Row: Coach 
Weller, Harry Hall, Randy Jordon, Steve Cash, Tim White, Steve Johnson, Jim Beasley, Larry 
Dubois. Third Row: James McKinney, Eddie Schumacher, Kenneth Schneider, Tim Brown, John 
Windom, Ricky Proctor, Dennis O'Toole. 



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JVS WIN EASTERN DISTRICT TITLE 



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One of the most successful seasons 
with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses 
helped the Junior Varsity baseball 
team finish first in the Eastern District 
JV standings. The team got off to a 
shaky start losing 2 out of the first 5 
games but with hard work the 
remainder of the season was suc- 
cessful. 

Kempsville High can be proud of 
these upcoming Juniors as they are 
now preparing themselves to continue 
on the fine winning tradition that 
Kempsville High has established. 

This team is coached by Jerry Gavin. 



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Front Row: Mike Jones, Bobby Sage, Bobby Bailey, Steve Vip, Joe Claxton, Jimmy Hartley, 
Tommy Lorkewitz, Jimmy Moore. Second Row: Bill Fugh, Guy Hyatt, Mike Johnson, Mark 
O'Hara, Keith Wood, Coach Gavin, Frank Welch, John Coates, Wayne Sasser, Ken George, 
Mike Morrisey. 



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SCHWENDEMAN LEADS CROSS COUNTRY 




Varsity: Front Row: Steven Slavish, Steven Sawyer, Steven 
McCord, Jimmy Sovocool. Second Row: Mark Schwen- 
demon, Nehemiah Spence, Larry Gibson, Kevin Morressey. 




The Cross Country team finished the 
year with an undefeated season win- 
ning the District Title. These boys 
spent many long hours of hard prac- 
tice to condition for these meets. A JV 
team was established this year and 
they also won first in District. The 
team is coached by Don DeSarro. 



J. v.: Kelly Schwendeman, Larry Sarosdy, Sanford Walters, 
Guy Rhodes, Kevin Baker. 







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Boys practice running 



Everybody for himself. 




Cheerleaders support team. 



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FOOTBALL TEAM UNDER 



The Football team of Kempsville 
ended their season with a 4-6 record. 
The team was under the direction of a 
new coach this year, Ed Booth, for- 
merly with the Norfolk Neptunes. The 
boys started practicing in August 
before school had opened. The guys 
spent long hours doing work outs and 
excercises getting ready for there first 
game, the first Friday of school. 




Only their hairdresser knows for sure. 





Time out Kempsville. 



Stay away Maury. 



Station break. 



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DIRECTION OF NEW COACH 





The Chiefs won there first games of 
the season against Bayside. Kempsville 
abilities were shown in this great game 
with a score of 21 to 0. Other victories 
for the Chiefs were with Kellam, Indi- 
an River and Booker T. Washington. 



Strong thoughts. 



Dragas finds open territory. 





Catlin carries the ball. 



Run like fire. 




Front Row: Mike Derwent, Mike McCartney, Jim Meeker, Jim Everett, Paul Robinson, Jake Powers, Mike Conaway, Don McBride, Mark 
Barbee, Bo Barber, Delton Dumbar, Carl Knapp, Keith Pearl, Frank Sayles. Second Row: Danny Rose, Mike Bryant, David Campbell, Bill 
Dragas, Mark Laws, Terry Lassister, Weyndham Curies, Mark Brewer, Mark Rimarski, LFrand Moore, Brad Clements, Frank Welch, Brian 
Catlin, Jimmy Moore, Scott O'Hara. Third Row: Tim Thompson, Mark O'Hara, Steve Earp, Steve Hanson, Rich Bliese, Cadillac, Harris, Jim 
Simms, Coach Steve Parker, Coach Ray Barlow, Coach Ed Booth, Coach Larry Creekmore, Don Robinson, Lee Fowler, Mark Byrd, Charlie 
Misuna, Bob Harris, Tim Copley. 



one hundred five 



CHIEFS PLAY FIRST 



Kempsville played First Colonial in 
the Annual Homecoming game. The 
team, as quoted by their coach was 
"inches from greatness." Though only 
four games won, the six that were lost 
were all close, played extremely well, 
and lost by only inches. 

The team was honored at a Sports 
Assembly held in January. Many Out- 
standing players received letters and 
stars. 




Chiefs charge onto the battlefield! 




Happiness is a Kempsville Touch- 
down! 



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COLONIAL AT HOMECOMING 





Kempsville moves in. 



Mass confusion. 





Wheres the Ball? 



Kempsville receives. 





Chiefs edee through Titans. 



Downs goes Dragas. 



one hundred seven 



COCHRANE COACHES VARSITY 



The Varsity Basketball Team, under 
direction of new coach Bill Cochrane 
finished with a 5-16 record. 

Although the team did not win a lot 
of games, ones lost were not by very 
many points. One highlighted game 
was KHS against B.T. Washington. The 
team played in double overtime, only 
to be downed 71-73. Also any out- 
standing game played against Princess 
Anne. 





Roberts gets jump. 



Torrech sets layup. 




Sideline thoughts. 




Glisson tries for two. 



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BASKETBALL FOR FIRST YEAR 




Front Row: Paul Hickman, Ricky Bliese, Bobby Traino, Mike Torrech, John Gilchrist, Mike Crabtree, Kevin 
Smith, Coach Bill Cochrane. Second Row: Glenn Wintemburg, Don Weeks, Oliver Mayfield, jimmy Roberts, 
Britt Glisson, Mike Brock, Allan Price, David Gilliam. 





Come on team. 

The team played in the Princess 
Anne Classic this year held at Princess 
Anne. The outstanding game of the 
tournament was with Conzaga. Con- 
zaga was undefeated during the 
Classic and Kempsville won the game 
11 to 63. jim Roberts was the high 
scorer in the tournament with 35 
points, 21 rebounds and 5 assists. 



Roberts guards players. 



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Reach for the Sky. 



Where should I throw it. 



ROBERTS LEADS TEAM IN SCORING 



Jim Roberts and Britt Clisson were 
the leading scorers this year averaging 
19.94 points per game for Roberts and 
17.30 points per game for Glisson. 
Leading rebounders were also Roberts 
and Glisson with 16.50 and 10.50. 
Mike Toorech and Vito Traino were as- 
sist leaders averaging 5.5 and 5.0 per 
game. Best field goal percentage and 
Free Throw were lead by Glisson 
whose average was 54 % and 78 %. 



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KHS PLAYS AT SCOPE 





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BARBEE PLACES 




Front Row: Mark Storey, Ken George, Roger Martin, Bob Wernick, Dave Gurganus, Jeff Buchannan, Dana Jackson, Wayne Umphlett. 
Second Row: Earl Jones, Glenn Grandstaff, Mark Barbee, Randy Jordan, Coach Jeff Taylor, Coach Larry Creekmore, Frank Welch, Jim Everett, 

Mark Rimarsky. 




Kempsville works for take down. 



Grandstaff shoots for leg. 



The Chief Matmen completed on of 
their finest seasons, 8 wins and 4 loses 
under first year coach Larry Creek- 
more. This years edition was very 



young with only two seniors, five 
juniors, and five sophomores in the 
starting lineup. 



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FOURTH IN STATE 




Kempsville and Cox. 







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Barbee goes for pin. 



one hundred thirteen 



KEMPSVILLE BEATS GRANBY 




Kempsville reverses and goes for pin. 



The Chiefs scored such stunning vic- 
tories as the 48-19 win over Granby, 
40-9 win over Bayside and 53-5 win 
over Norfolk Academy. Such outstand- 
ing wrestlers as Bob Wernick (6-1), 
Mark Rimarski (9-3), Mark Barbee (8-2- 
2), Bob Tata (7-1), Mark Story (9-2-1), 
Randy Jordan (7-5), Frank Welch (7-4), 
and Dana Jackson (8-4) are looking 
forward to the district tournament 
where Kempsville is expected to do 
very well. 




Jordan waites for wrong move. 



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Referee signifies win for Chiefs. 



CREEKMORE 
NEW COACH 
FOR WRESTLING 

Mark Barbee is third this year at 145 
and Bob Wernick is ranked second this 
year at 119. Mark Storey, ranked third 
at 132 should also do well. 





Dana works on opponent. 



You can't win them all. 



one hundred fifteen 



JV FOOTBALL TEAM HAS 4-1 SEASON 



The Junior Varsity Football team 
finished impressively with four wins 
and only one loss. The offense was led 
by the running of Mike Crabtree and 
the passing of both Rocky Byers and 
Kevin Walch. Jay Snyder and Tommy 
dine led with good blocking on the 
offensive line. 

The foundation of the Chiefs was 
the defensive unit. Leading the defen- 
sive charge was middle linebacker 
Sidney McPherson along with Mike 
Padgett, Daniel Campbell and Keith 
Wood. Other impressive standouts 
were John Gilchrist and Greg Wilson. 

With this nucleus, the Chiefs should 
establish themselves as a power in the 
Eastern District. The team is coached 
by Jim Garrett. 




Front Row: Coach Paschall, Mike Crabtree, Wayne Sassor, Kevin VValik, Bill 

Blankenship, Phil Armstrong, Charles Mumphord, Coach Carroitt. Second Row: 

Rick Halprin, Keith Wood, Slick Fillilea, Mike Smith, Mike Sanderson. Third Row: 

Jay Snyder, John Pezella, Barry McCoy, Samy Snowden, John Gilchrist. Fourth 

Row: Mark Outman, Bill Ruffin, Mike Padgeot, Rodney Griffin, Danny Campbell, 

Joe Stinson, Bobby Bailey. 









Lets make a run for it. 



Easy Boys. 



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I got the fever. 



I have the ball so let go. 



sports 



JV ENDS WITH AN 8-3 SEASON 



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Front Row: Greg Kimmons, Greg Hamilton, Ricky Halprin, David Baker, Bob Picard, Jeff Miller, 
lames McKinney. Second Row: Tony Ellis, Ellis Forbes, Steve Lemnios, Coach Jeff Taylor, Jay Allen, 
Bruce Hamilton, Daniel Campbell. 




Grandstaff throws a half-nelson. 



The JV Wrestling team finished with 
an 8-3 record. The outstanding wres- 
tlers were Victor Elkins, Phil Meekins, 
Ricky Halprin, and Steve Burbage. 



Next year should prove even better. 
They worked many hard hours to 
make the team successful. 

This year's coach is Jeff Taylor. 



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JV Chief dribbles down court. 



Going, going 



Cone. 



SOPHOMORES TALENT DISPLAYED 




Front Row: Ricky Thomas, Barry McCoy, Billy Womble, Steve Earp, Teddy Bacales, Davie Hooper. 
Second Row: Coach jerry Gavin, Robbie Robinson, Craig Floyd, Kevin Davis, David Wilson, Jerry Grain, 

Scott O'Hara. 



The JV Basketball team this year had 
a season of balanced wins and losses. 
The team started out winning all of 
their first games but later declined. All 
these boys deserved credit for the 



work put into make this JV team good. 
This year, coached by jerry Gavin, only 
sophomores were allowed to try out 
and most of these boys will be moving 
up to varsity next year. 



sports 



SENIORS LEAD INDOOR TRACK 




The Indoor Track team ended their 
season with a 2-1-1 record. The team 
worked out everyday after school in 
the gym. They traveled to Williams- 
burg this year to compete in an area- 
wide meet and placed high. Under the 
direction of Coach Don DeSarro prac- 
tice and skill were shown by all these 
boys. Out of the whole team, only four 
will be leaving this year. 



Running gets you in shape. 




Pezzella and Yount prepare to sprint. 



Coach Don DeSarro with team. 




Front Row: Coach Don DeSarro, Brian Catlin, Bruce Greene, Steven Yount, John Pezzella, Matthew 
Stavish. Second Row: Kelly Schwendeman, Tim Farrington, Larry Cibason, Steve Sawyer, Mark 
Schwendeman. Third Row: John Harrington, John Brown, Guy Rhode. Fourth Row: Hal Casey. 



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HOCKEY TEAM PLACES 
SECOND IN CITY 



Kempsville field hockey team fin- 
ished with the best season ever this 
year. The record of seven wins, two 
losses and one tie placed the team 
second in the city. Both losses were to 
Cox, the top team in the city. Determi- 
nation, skill and hard work from these 
girls and Coach Miss Dale Compton 
proved successful in the games. Claren 
Scott, Dalynn Patrick and Susan Atkins 
made First String All Tidewater Field 
Hockey team, with Eleish FHiggins as 
second string Goalie. Dalynn Patrick 
and Claren Scott were top scorers. 




Concentration focused on winning. 








Co-Captains Dalynn Patrick and Susan Atkins. 




Members of All Tidewater Field Hockey Team. 




First String — Front Row: Barbara Cov\an, Eieish 
Higgins and Debbie Tyer. Second Row: Paula 
Morphis, Susan Atkins, and Phyllis Smith. Third 
Row: Denise Hall, Lynn Taylor, Claren Scott, 
Dalynn Patrick, Patty Wall, Dale Compton — 
Coach. 




Second String — Front Row: Sandy Hoff, )oyce 
Turley, Debbie Howard, Second Row: Bonnie 
Martin, manager, Phyllis Freemen, Nancy Loizeaux, 
Darlene Booker. Third Row: Carolina Casias, Cathy 
Beeby, Cheryl Hendricks, Wanda Smith, Mary 
Snowden. 



sports 



TEAM EXCELS IN SKILL 

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Front Row: Terri Bryant, Christy Proctor, Irene Morris, Debi Divelbiss. Second Row: Coach 
Maxine Crowling, Wanda Cowan, Sandy Kramer, Darlene Booker, Sharon Jones, Denise Hal 



Continued work and long practice 
hours makes a winning team. The girls 
gymnastics team this year has nine 
hard working members. They all 
possess skill, poise, and most impor- 
tantly, concentration and control. 

Five events make up girls gym- 
nastics: balance beam, uneven parallel 
bars, vaulting, tumbling, and floor ex- 
ercise. With only three seniors 
graduating, the team is still very 
young. Outstanding gymnastics this 
year are Christy Proctor and Debi 
Divelbliss. The team captain is Sharon 
James and they are coached by Maxine 
Crowling. 




Free exercise displayed 



Proctor executes vault. 



Form displayed on unevens. 



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MOVER AND MURPHY LEAD 
108 HONOR GRADUATES 



PAMELA ANN MOVER 
KATHERINE ELLEN MURPHY 
DANIEL PARKER ROSE 
ANNE HANCOCK MORRIS 
NANCY ANNE PEES 
SUSAN CAROL TAYLOR 
NEHEMIAH EDWARD SPENCE, III 
LAURIE WILSON 
DAWN ANNE MURPHY 
PHYLLIS ANNE ASHLEY 
LAURA LEIGH DENNIS 
JEFFREY CALVIN DOZIER 
LUCY ELLEN KUNZMAN 
ERICKDOYLES KINDRED 
WARREN DOUCHAL LEWIS 
ROBERT R. VOCEL 
CAROLYN LEE HILL 
SUSAN ELIZABETH GUTHRIE 
ROBERT EUGENE MORGAN 
MICHAEL WILLIAM BATES 
WILLIAM ELSWORTH JOHHSON 
MARTHA ANN EARL 
WILLIAM JOSEPH CRANE 
JEFFREY ALAN BLEH 
SHARON KAYRUFFER 
CHRISTY ANN SIEBELS 
KAREN GAILPULLEN 
MICHAEL OWEN MC CARTNEY 
PHILLIP BRIAN MEADOWS 
DEBORAH JEAN FRIESEN 
DEBRA ROXANNE STONE 
WENDY MERRIMAN SETTLE 
HENRY CLAYTON BERNICK 
ERWOD GLEN EDWARDS 
MARK WILLIAM SCHWENDEMAN 
THOMAS HALL BRINKLEY 



DEBORAH LYNN BAKER 
NANCY LEE BROWN 
BARBARA ANN WASHCHYSION 
CAROLYN JOYCE KRAMER 
PETER CHARLES FINLON 
PAUL ARSON FELTS 
LAURA FAYE FLANAGAN 
JANET LYNN ATHERTON 
CAROLYN ANN EDMUNDS 
SUSAN RENE TYLER 
DIANE CAY BOYD 
DAVID B. HUDSON 
JEFFBUCHANON 
JANAJENELLEBOYLES 
ROBERTA ELAINE BROWN 
EARLE RODERICK BUFFINGTON 
ROBIN LYNN SILAS 
VICTORIA JEANNE GRADEL 
HELEN DOROTHY OLDS 
CHARLES MURRAY CHAPMAN 
WANDA LEE SMITH 
JANE BARBOUR CARVIL 
SYBIL CAMERON DONNEY 
VICTORIA LOUISE WHITE 
STEPHEN PAULMANISKY 
ROBERT CLAYTON BROWN 
DEBORAH ELIZABETH BAYNOR 
LINDA JANE JOHNSON 
SUSAN MEALIE ALBRECHT 
CHARLES KENNETH HILL 
MICHAEL JOHN SKALTSOUNIS 
GEORGE LEWTON SIMS, III 
JAMES CHARLES GARDENR 
DAVID KEITH BEARD 
PAULA KAY MUSSELMAN 
KENNETH M. GIBBS 



GARY JACKSON HASTE 
CHERYL ANN HENDRICKS 
CINDY ANN MARSHALL 
KATHY FAY KING 
ELLEN CAROL SMITH 
CHERYL ANNE MYERS 
ANGELA DAVIS 
NANCY CAROL LONG 
TONYA SUZANNE FERRELL 
TERRY THOMAS 
KAREN ANITA WALLACE 
ELIZABETH ADAMS MODLIN 
CURTIS LEE SMITH 
WILLIAM T. EDMUNDS 
JOSEPH PAULRUSNOCK 
VICKY ANN SANDERLIN 
LARRY ALLEN STAUFFER 
KAREN RAE FORBES 
MARY ANN MILLER 
MARY RUTH DOWDY 
DONA ANN CONNER 
JEANNETTE LYNN JACKSON 
ROBERTA SUSAN LOWERY 
DAVID EDWARD CULLEN 
KATHY KAYE MC PHERSON 
BRENDA WILKERSON 
NANCY SHERYL SUTTON 
BROOKS FREDRICK OSTRANDER 
BRADFORD KENDALL CLARK 
CELIAN REBECCA FOY 
ALEXIS CAROL BROWN 
ROBIN ANN CROSS 
ALBERT THOMAS LEGGETT 
ANGELICK MARIE MCCORMIC 
DONNA LYN NEWMAN 
DEBORAH LYNN TLUCHAK 




Robin Cross 



Again this year, ten seniors were 
chosen by their class as being Out- 
standing. This year, the method of 
choosing these ten students was 
changed. In past years the teachers 
usually choose twenty seniors who 
they thought were outstanding and the 
senior class voted on them. This year 
the class itself nominated seniors from 
different categories and the sixteen 
with the highest total votes for 
nomination were on the list. Again the 
class went together and voted for ten 
to represent them. 



TEN SENIORS PROVE WORTHY 





Dan Rose 



)ana Boyles 



one hundred twenty-five 



ACHIEVEMENTS RECOGNIZED 





Anne Morris 



Cindy Marshall 




Debbie Hobbs 



seniors 




Nehemiah Spence 



Carolyn Menge 




During the past years at KHS these 
students have been very active in 
sports, scholastic achievement, Cheer- 
leading, Drill Team, SCA, Annual Staff 
and many other activities. 

The Outstanding Seniors of 1973 
have excelled and put forth much time 
and effort to show the greatness of 
their class. The Outstanding Seniors 
are: Jana Boyles, Rod Buffington, 
Phyllis Ashley, Robin Cross, Danny 
Rose, Nehemiah Spence, Anne Morris, 
Debbie Hobbs, Carolyn Menge and 
Cindy Marshall. 



one hundred twenty-seven 



BEARD LEADS CLASS OF '73 




Secretary — Valerie Houck; Treasurer — Cindy Marshall; Vice-President — Bill Edmonds; President — David Beard; Historian — Susan Barnicle. 



seniors 




First but not the last. 



SUSAN MEALIE ALBRECHT 
DAVID KESTLAR ALLEGOOD 



PATRICIA D. ALLEN 
RAYMOND THOMAS ALLEN 



CATHLEEN MARIE ANDERSON 
DONNA LYNN ANDERSON 



73 HAS MOST HONOR GRADUATES EVER 





RITA MARIA ANDREWS 
DEBORAH ANNE ARCHBELL 



DORIS ANN ASHBY 
PHYLLIS ANNE ASHLEY 



JANET LYNN ATHERTON 
MARTHA JANE ATKINS 



SUSAN DENISE AUSTIN 
DEBBIE LYNN BAKER 



one hundred twenty nine 




DONNA LEE BAKER 
LAWRENCE M. BAILEY 



RICHARD DUNN BALLOU 
JUDY KATHLEEN BANKS 



NANCY GRACE BANKS 
MARK STEVEN BARBEE 



MARK EDWARD BARNES 
SUSAN JEAN BARNICLE 



SENIORS THANK BAKER AND 




JAMES BARRINGTON 
MICHAEL WILLIAM BATES 



DEBORAH ELIZABETH BAYNOR 
DAVID KEITH BEARD 



JANICE CAROL BEARD 
MARILYN ROSE BEILER 



BRADLEY W. BELL 
ALAN LEE BENJAMINSON 



seniors 




SANDRA ANN BERG 
MARTHA LEE BERKHIMER 



HENRY CLAYTON BERNICK 
DONNA LEAH BLACKBURN 



JOAN ELIZABETH BLACKWELL 
GARY WILLIS BLANKENSHIP 



PATRICIA JEAN BLANTON 
JEFFREY ALAN BLEH 



BERNICK FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE 



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JOHN DOUGLAS BOGGS 
DOUG PAUL BOONE 



EDWARD W. BOYCE 
DIANE CAY BOYD 



JANAJENELLE BOYLES 
CYNTHIA GAI L BRANNON 



DEBORAH FAYE BRANNON 
JOANN BRAZIER 



one hundred thirty one 




CHERYL KAY BRIDEN 
THOMAS HALL BRINKLEY 



CHARLES REX BROOKS 
ALEXIS CAROL BROWN 



JEFFREY LOUIS BROWN 
NANCY LEE BROWN 



ROBERT CLAYTON BROWN 
ROBERTA ELAINE BROWN 



BARNICLE HEADS STUDENT 







We're going to beat beat . . .Who??? 



REBECCA GAIL BRUNER VICKI LYNN BUCHANAN 

ARCHIE THEODORE BRUNS, JR. EARLE RODERICK BUFFINGTON 



seniors 




SHELDON ADYLETT BUNDY 

DEBORAH ELIZABETH 

BURROUGHS 



JOANNA LEE BURROUGHS 
GARY LEE BUTLER 



KATHERINE ALANA BYRD 
RODERICK MERLE CALHOUN 



PAMELA MARIL CANNON 
DONNA LISA CARD 



EXCHANGE FOR KEMPSVILLE 




MICHAEL JOHN CAREY 
CAROL ANN CARLIN 



GARVIN PERRY GARNER 
JUDITH LYNN CANNON 



LEANNE ROSE CARTWRIGHT 
JANEBARBOUSCARVIL 



HAROLD HICKS CASEY 
TIM ALTON CASTLEBERRY 



one hundred thirty three 




PAULINE LOUISE CASWELL 
PAMELA KAYE C ATA LAN O 



BRIAN DOUGLAS CATLIN STANLEY RAYMOND CHAPMAN 

CHARLES MURRAY CHAPMAN THOMAS HENRY CHOWNS 



ROBERT FRANKLIN ClAXTON 
BRADFORD KENDALL CLARK 



SENIOR YEAR FINAL 




ERNEST F.CLARK 
JEFFREY WAYNE COLE 



BRENDADENISE COLLINS 
JANETTE DIANE COLLINS 



MICHAEL HAROLD CONAWAY 
MARKCONBOY 



DONA ANN CONNOR 
SUSAN LEIGH COOK 



seniors 




Senior Nancye Ratliff in Homecoming Competition. 



HAROLD JOSEPH COSTNER 
CLYDE DARRELL COVINGTON 



HIGHLIGHT PROM 




BARBARA ANN COWAN 
SUE ANN COX 



CYNTHIA ANN CRABTREE 
DANIEL EARL CRAIN 



LINDA DIANNE CRAMLET 
DANIEL EARL CRAIN E 



WILLIAM JOSEPH CRANE 
KAREN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD 



one hundred thirty five 




BETTY JANE CREOLE 
VICKI JEANCRIMINCER 



JESSICA ANN CRISS 
KAREN CROLEY 



DEBRA LEIGH CRONCE 
ROBIN ANN CROSS 



CLIFFORD RICHARDOCRUMPTON 
KAREN G. CUSTER 



CLUB THE PATRIOTS 




BRENT LEE DAIL 
SUSAN STAFFORD DANIELS 



KATHYMARIEDAVIES 
ANGELA DAVIS 



DEBORAH KAY DAVIS 
JERRY WAYNE DAVIS 



MARY CATHERINE DAVIS 
NANCIE BETH DAVIS 



seniors 




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SHARON KIMBERLY DAVIS 
ARLEEN E. DEBERRY 



SHELLEY DENISEDEFORD 
LAURA LEIGH DENNIS 



MICHAEL GLEN DERWENT 
DEBRAKAYDIVELBUSS 



KARL EDWARD DOERSCH 
DUNCAN WILLIAM DOUGHTY 



THEME OF SENIOR CLASS FLOAT 




WILLIAM R. DOUGLAS 
MARY RUTH DOWDY 



JANET MARIE DOWNS 
JEFFREY CALVIN DOZIER 



WARNELLDOZIER 
WILLIAM MARK DRAG AS 



DELTON L. DUNBAR 
DIANE RUTH DUVALL 



one hundred thirty seven 



MARTHA ANN EARL 
CANDICE LEE EATON 



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WILLIAM SCOTT EATON 
TERESA ANN EDGE 



WILLIAM T. EDMONDS 
FREDERICK EHRMANN 



DIANA LYNN ERICKSON 
DONNA JEAN ERVIN 



SENIOR CHERYL HENDRICKS 




Come on, just a little further. 



seniors 




RONALD B. ETHERIDCE 
SHARON C. ETHERIDCE 



PAUL ARSON FELTS 
DANNY FENTERSS 



ROBERT WAYNE FINK 
PETER CHARLES FINLON 



SAMUEL DEAN FIREBAUGH 
VERNON LEE FIX 



HOMECOMING QUEEN FOR 1973 




LAURA FAYE FLANAGAN 
)ERYL CORNELIUS FLEMMINGS 



CHARLES BYRON FONTAINE 
KAREN RAE FORBES 



REBECCA ELIZABETH FORBES 
DEBORAH LYNNE FORD 



CELIAN ROBECCAFOY 
SHERRY LEE FRANCIS 



one hundred thirty nine 




TERRI LYN FRANCIS 
JUDITH KIM FRENCH 



DEBORAH JEAN FRIESEN 
ROBERT FROST 



SCOTT MICHAEL CANDY 
REBECCA MAXINE GARCIA 



I know my names in here some- 
where. 



TWO SUMMER CAR WASHES 




JAMES CHARLES GARDNER 
CYNTHIA ELAINE GARRETT 



KATHLEEN SUZANNE GEBLER 
JANE LOUISE GILCHRIST 



RENITA DIANE GILCHRIST 
DANIEL FRANKLIN GILLESPIE 



WILLIAM DUNN GILLIAM, JR. 
DEBORAH JEAN GOAD 



seniors 




TONYA FAYE GODFREY 
PHILLIP EDMUND CORDON 



VICTORIA JEANNE CRADEL MICHAEL SHAWN GRAHAM 

DEBORAH LEE GRAHAM DENISE CAROL GREER 



JOAN LYNNE GREGORY 
GODFREY P. CRIER 



FOR SENIOR CLASS SUCCESSFUL 




ROBERT LEE GUNTER 
RICKY ALLEN GUPTON 



SUSAN ELIZABETH GUTHRIE 
SHERIE LYNNGWIN 



RICHARD CONRAD HADDOCK 
OTTO OLIVER HAGEN 



CYNTHIA HALL 
BARBARA ANN HANNAH 



one hundred forty one 




MARY ELIZABETH HALSEY 
VANESSA C. HALVORSEN 



LOIS KAYHARCOURT 
SANDRA GAIL HARDY 



MICHAEL PERRY HARRIS 
ELISHA HARRIS 



DIANNALYNNE HARRIS 
KIMBALL HAROLD 



TEN OUTSTANDING SENIORS 









GARY JACKSON HASTE 
JERRY THOMAS HASTE 



CHARLES RANDOLPH 

HAWTHORNE 
COLIN SCOTT HAYLEY 



PATTI P. HERSHBURGER 
DEBBIE KAY HEAD 



JERRYG. HEINE 
SUSAN ADRIENNE HEINSCH 



seniors 




CHERYL ANN HENDRICKS 
SHARON LEIGH HENSLEY 



PAUL ALLEN HICKMAN 
ANN PATRICE HICCINS 



CAROLYN LEE HILL 
CHARLES KENNETH HILL 



THERESE MARIE HINSON 
DEBRASUEHOBBS 



CHOSEN BY CLASS 




DEBORAH MARIE HOLCOMB 
DORA BELINDA HOLLOWAY 



Zentz displays talent. 



one hundred forty three 




JOYCE LEE HOLMAN 
JEFFREY RALPH HOLTON 



DEBORAH HORWITZ 
VALERIE JEAN HOUCK 



DEBORAH LYNNE HOWARD 
SUSAN DEBRA HOYES 



DAVID B. HUDSON 
LEROY GEORGE HUFFJR. 



BOB ZENTZ PLAYS FOR 




CYNTHIA KAY HUIZENGA 
KATHY ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON 



GUY ALAN HYATT 
LORI JO HYMAN 



MARTIN H. IMBERT 
CHRISTOPHER JACKSON 



JEANETTE LYNN JACKSON 
ROBIN JACKSON 



seniors 





SHARON EILEEN JAMES 
STEVEN LEE JEFFRIES 



LEVY LAVERNE JOHNSON VICKI LEIGH JOHNSON 

MARGARET MARIE JOHNSON WILLIAM ELSWORTH JOHNSON 



LINDA JANE JOHNSTON 
LINDA NORMA JOINES 



SENIOR ENGLISH CLASSES 




BETH LOUISE JONES 
CYNTHIA ANNE JONES 



CYNTHIA MARIE JONES 
DAVID BENSON JONES 



JERMAINE JONES 
LINWOOD BRYANT JONES 



MARTHA ANN JONES 
NATHANIEL SPRINKLE JONES 



one hundred forty five 




PATRICIA ADKINS 
RANDAL WAYNE KECK 



MICHAEL W. KELLEY 
YVETTE MELVENIA KIMBLE 



KATHY FAY KING 
LYNDA KIRBY 



CARL RICHARD KNAPP 
SHANNON LEIGH KNIGHT 



SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 




WALTER CARL KOEHLER 
GARY STEVEN KOELLING 



JACK DAVID KOENEMAN 
PEGGY LEE KRAHENBILL 



CAROLYN JOYCE KRAMER 
KATHRYNG. KUJAWSKI 



LUCY ELLEN KUNZMAN 
JACKIE CAROL LACEY 



seniors 






VICTOR ROY LAMBERT 
MARK EDWARD LAWS 



MICHAEL LINDSAY LECROY 
ALBERT THOMAS LEGCETT 



It's gotta be Lp there somewhere. 



DANCES AFTER FOOTBALL GAMES 




ALBERT PAUL LEON 
HUGH LEVESQUE 



WARREN DOUGLAS LEWIS 
JACK LILES 



NANCY LOUISE LINDSAY 
JANET LEIGH LONG 



NANCY CAROL LONG 
ROBERTA SUSAN LOWERY 



one hundred forty seven 




DEBORAH LYNN LUCIANO 
VIRGINIA CAROL LUCORD 



THOMAS DEFORD MADDREY 
DEBORAH FAYEMANBY 



SUSAN LEE MANN 
CYNTHIA ANN MARSHALL 



CYNTHIA LYNN MARSHALL 
SAMMY CLEVLAND MARTIN 



MANY SENIOR STUDENTS 



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Hi there big boy. 



SHARON FAYE MARTIN 
KEVIN DENNIS MASSEY 



BERNICE ELAINE MATHEWS 
WILLIAM GUY MAU 



seniors 




RICHARD RANDOLPH MAYFIELD 
PHILLIP BRIAN MEADOWS 



)AMES A. MEEKER 
RONALD KEITH MEEKER 



CAROLYN ANN MENCE 
JOHN STERLING MERRIT 



INIAWILFORDMIDGETT 
MARGARET ANN MILEY 



RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS 




MARY ANN MILLEN 
MARIANNE MILLER 



SANDRA FAYE MILLER 
SHIRLEEN RAE MILLER 



DUANE LEIGH MILNER 
FRANK BOLESHAW MINSCHRE 



ARTHUR EARL MITCHELL 
ELIZABETH ADAMS MODLIN 



one hundred forty nine 




KENNETH CAROLL MOORE 
ROBERT EUGENE MORGAN 



PAULA GWEN MORPHIS 
ANNE HANCOCK MORRIS 



KEVIN JAMES MORRISSEY 
PAMELA ANN MOVER 



JOHN LAREN MUCHEN 

HALER 
DAWN ANNE MURPHY 



SENIORS STUDY DILIGENTLY 




FRANCES ROSE MURPHY 
KATHERINE ELLEN MURPHY 



PAULA GAY MUSSELMAN 
SHERYL ANNE MYERS 



Who left that banana peel on the floor? 



seniors 




DAVID TYLER MCANULTY 
DONALD LEEMCBRIDE 



SUSAN DIANE MCCARTHY STEVE MICHAEL MCCORD DOROTHY JEAN MCCOY 

MICHAEL OWEN MCCARTNEY ANGELICK MARIE MCCORMIC MICHAEL EUGENE MCCOY 



TO COME OUT ON TOP 




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PATTI JEAN MCCULLOUCH 
KAREN JANE MCDANI EL 



LINDA ELLEN MCKENZIE 
JOHN JAMES MCKINNEY 



one hundred fifty one 






WILLIAM E. MCNEW 
ANTHA LOIS MCPHERSON 



KATHY KAYE MCPHERSON 
CELIA JANET NAGEE 



STEPHEN PAULNAMINSKY 
CHARLENENASH 



NORMA JEAN NEAL 
SALLYANNENEEDHAM 



SENIORS ABSORBED IN 





WILLIAM HAROLD NEILSER 
DONNA LYN NEWMAN 



KAREN ANNE NOBLES 
DAVID VINSON NOEL 



DONALD ARTHUR NOEL 
NANCY MARLENE OARD 



DEBRA CAYLE OCONNELL 
JEFFREY CLAY ODOM 



seniors 




PAMELA M. O'HACEN 
HELEN DOROTHY OLDS 



JOHN ELLIS ORMAN 
JANE LYNNE OSBORNE 



BROOKS FREDRICK OSTRANDER YVONNE DARLENE PARISHER 
CONSTANCE GRACE O'TOOLE BRUCE PAUL PARRIS 



PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE 





JANET LEA PEARCE 
KEITH ALAN PEARL 



NANCY ANN PEES 
THOMAS CHARLES PELL 



JESSE BRUCE PERMENTER 
GLORIA JEAN PERRY 



DEBORAH PHILLIPS 
CAROL LEE PICARD 



one hundred fifty three 






EVERETT EUGENE PIERSOL 
EVIE ELAINE PIERSOL 



MARY JANE PITCHER 
MONICA ANN PORTERFIELD 



JAMES WESLEY POWERS 
THOMAS MARK POWERS 



BRETT ALAN POYNER 
CHRISTINE PROCTOR 



SENIORS AND JUNIORS BEAT 





KAREN GAIL PULLEN 
RICHARD JOHN QUILL 



DEBORAH RAE RANSOM 
NANCYE JEAN RATLIFF 



BARBRAKAY REGISTER 
WAYNE LESLIE REPASS 



LAURIE JOAN REYNOLDS 
DIANA LYNN RICHARDSON 



seniors 



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Love means never having to say you're sorry. 



VICKI LYNN RIES 
LYNN MARY RISER 



SOPHOMORES IN CRAB SOCCER 




WARREN DOUGLASS RITER 
PAUL SCOTT ROBERSON 



JAMES F. ROBERTS 
VIRGINIA RUTH ROBINS 



BRIDGETTE ANN MARIA 

ROBINSON 
CHERYL ANN ROBINSON 



DEBRALEA ROBINSON 
DIANNA LYNN ROBINSON 



one hundred fifty five 



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PAUL WILLIAM ROBINSON 
PATRICIA ANN ROCAN 



ANNE BENTON ROLLINS 
DANIEL PARKER ROSE 



BENJAMIN MCDADE ROYSTER 
PATRICIA JEAN RUDISILL 



SHARON KAYRUFFER 
DEBRA RAE RUMBERGER 



SENIORS TAKE NOTICE TO 




JOSEPH PAUL RUSNOCK 
ROCETTA DELORIS RUSSEL 



RONALD JOSEPH SALIH 
SHARON ANN SAMSON 



VICKY VANN SANDERLIN 
ROY L.SANDERSON 



BILLY RAY SAVAGE 
KENNETH PAUL SAWYER 



seniors 





MICHAEL FRED SAWYER 
FRANK EDWARD SAYLES 



VICKIE LEIGH SCARANO 
KATHRYN MARIE SCHAFER 



BRUCE MICHAEL SCHMIDT 
LEWIS MARTIN SCHRIENER 



MARK WILLIAM SCHWEDEMAN 
JOHN BEYNOR SCULLION 



COLLEGES AND CAREERS 






lUDITH LYNN SEAGLE 
WENDY MERMAN SETTLE 



DARLENE RENEE SHARP 
SHELIA ANN SHEEHY 



DONALD WALTER SHELLY 
VICKI DIANA SHELTERS 



CERALDING E. SHEPPARD 
JUDITH ANN SHERMAN 



one hundred fifty seven 




GEORGE W.SHEVOCK 
lONA THERESA SHUE 



ELLEN JANE SICKLER 
CHRISTY ANN SIEBELS 



ROBIN LYNN SILAS 
GEORGE LAWTON SIMS, III 



MARY CATHERINE SISK 
MICHAEL JOHN SKALTSOUNIS 



COUNSELORS PROVE TO BE 




LINDA CAYS LADE 
CURTIS LEE SMITH 



ELLEN CAROL SMITH 
KATHERINEADELE SMITH 



MARY ANNE SMITH 
PHYLLIS REBECCA SMITH 



SCOTT LLOYD SMITH 
SANDRA SMITH 



seniors 





The end of another hard practice. 



SHERRY LYN SMITH 
TIMOTHY OLEN SMITH 



ESSENTIAL FOR SENIORS 





frsw 



WANDA LEE SMITH 
WILLIAM EDWARD SMITH 



WILLIAM ROBERT SMITH 
MARYL SNOWDEN 



FLORENCE KATHY SNYDER 
VALERIE ANN SOMERS 



DIANA LEE SPARKS 
NEHEMIAH EDWARD SPENCE, III 



one hundred fifty nine 




DONNA GAIL SPIVEY 
WILLIAM JOSEPH STAHLINC 



If I was only out there. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS CAPS AND GOWNS 





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LARRY ALLEN STAUFFER 
WILLIAM STANLEY STAVENCER 


STEPHEN JOSEPH STAVISH 
CHERYL MARIE STERN 


BRUCE ANTHONY STEVENS 
LINDA CAROL STINSON 


DEBRA ROXANNE STONE 
LINDA SUSAN STONE 




seniors 












REBECCA LOUISE STONE 
FRANCES DENISE SUMNER 



NANCY SHERYL SUTTON 
ALAN MARK SWACK 



SUSAN SWINSON 
GLENDA LEE SWISHER 



SUSAN CAROL TAYLOR 
SUSAN LEA TEMPLE 



ALL IN BEING A SENIOR 




KATHIE LYNN TEMPLETON 
TOMMY LEE THOMPSON 



JAMES MICHAEL TIERNEY 
DAVID ALAN TISE 



DEBORAH LYNN TLUCHAK 
CHRISTIE LEIGH TOPOLSKI 



MICHAEL SCOTT TORRECH 
PAULA ANN TRAY LOR 



one hundred sixty one 




MICHAEL SCOTT TROUPE 
LINDA FAYE TUCKER 



DAVID WAYNE TURNER 
SUSAN RENE TYLER 



PHILLIP WAYNE TYREE 
ROBERT CRAIG TYSON 



MARYJANE VAN AUKEN 
DEBORAH ANN VAN HOY 



EAGER SENIORS 




DAVID THOMAS VANN 
DONNIELOU VAN PELT 



JOSEPH PHILIP VINTO, JR. 
ROBERT R.VOGEL 



MICHAEL JOSEPH WADE 
ROBERT NEIL WADE 



KAREN ANITA WALLACE 
ALLEN RAY WARD 



seniors 




Smiles come with victory. 



ATTEND COLLEGE NIGHT 




THEODORE B. WARREN, III 
BARBARA ANN WASHCHYSION 



JEFFREY THOMAS WATTS 
JEFFREY CARL WELCH 



JAMIE GRACE WELLS 
KAREN YVONNE WHIDBEE 



CHERYL LYNN WHITE 
JOYCE MARIE WHITE 



one hundred sixty three 




JUDITH MARIE WHITE 
VICTORIA LOUISE WHITE 



THOMAS JAMES WICANDT 
DENISE WIGGINS 



DONNA JEAN WILCOX 
BRENDA JOYCE WILKERSON 



CYNTHIA HAZEL WILLIAMS 
CYNTHIA HAZEL WILLIAMS 



THANKS MARQUE CHAIRMAN 

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KATHY BURNADETTE WILLIAMS 
MARILYN LILLIAN WILLIAMS 



PAMELA LYNN WILLIAMS 
LAURIE NOEL WILSON 



JEAN ANN WILSON 
GLENN ROBERT WHITENBERC 



JOHN KEITH WINDOM 
DENISE AVIS WINFI ELD 



seniors 





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ROBERT LEE WINFIELD 
RICHARD D. WITCH ER 



STEPHEN MENDAL WOOD 
SUANNE WOODFIN 



CATHY LEE WOOLARD 
DEBORAH LYNN WRIGHT 



NANCY LOUISE YAPLE 
LOIS MAE DALTON 



WINDOM FOR DOING A GOOD JOB 





I wonder what she's doing? 



ROBIN JEANNETTE ELMONE 
MAUREEN ELIZABETH KEENE 



one hundred sixty five 



HEDGESPETH LEADS CLASS AGAIN 




Sponsor — Paul Peter; Secretary — Dede Dandridge; Vice-President — Sharon Kendrick; President 
Steve Burbage; Historian — Nancy Loizeaux; Sponsor — Linda Opher. 



•Grady Hedgespeth; Treasurer — 



Robin Ackaway 
Monty Adams 
Ruth Adams 
Nelson Adcock 
Rick Albee 
Debbie Ambrose 
Jackie Ambrous 
Pam Amory 
Kevm Anderson 



Vickie Anderson 
Wall Anderson 
Ronald Ashbee 
Chris Ashley 
Ken Askew 
Susan Atkins 
Valery Austin 
Frank Babe 
Bob Bailey 



Alan Barber 
Randy Barnes 
Cindy Barnicle 
Robin Barton 
Allen Bateman 
Kimberly Bates 
Patty Baynard 
)eff Beaton 
Stanley Beasley 




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juniors 




Robert Beiler 
Brent Belbusti 
Kathleen Belby 
Gary Bell 



Louise Beltrami 
Linda Bergman 
Tim Berkheimer 
)oey Berlando 



Richard Berman 
John Bishop 
Keene Black 
Lisa Blackwell 



Won't he ever come. 




Lee Blank ■ 
Diane Bleh 
Ricky Bliese 
Susan Bliley 
Melody Bogart 
Marvin Boggs 
Wayne Bogle 
Keith Bonney 
Rodney Boone 



Bill Bostic 
Melissa Bowles 
Pat Bowles 
Bobbi Boyd 
Brenda Boyd 
Shirley Bozewicz 
Scott Bradford 
Susan Brantly 
Pam Bray 




Anthony Breen 
Tim Brenneman 
Mark Brewer 
Mike Brewer 
Tim Brewer 
Al Brewmgton 
Michael Brock 
Becky Brown 
)ohn Brown 



Kay Brown 
Michael Brown 
Mike Bryant 
John BryzinskI 
Debbie Bulaski 
Ross Bulger 
)an Bullock 
)ef( Bunch 
Steve Burbage 



Charles Burcher 
Teresa Burnette 
John Busher 
Linda Busher 
Richard Butt 
Nancy Byrd 
Alfred Byrum 
Leslie Calevas 
Debbie Calvert 



one hundred sixty seven 



David Campbell 
JoAnn Campbell 
Susan Campbell 
Debra Caqnella 
Terry Carper 
Cathy Carrlngton 
Laurie Carter 
Mike Casey 
Carolina Casis 



Debbie Caswell 
)oe Cevallo 
Patricia Chappell 
Harry Chetister 
Steve Chobot 
David Cleary 
Brad Clements 
loAnne Clifton 
Robbie Ciyburn 




John Coales 
John Cobb 
Keith Cochrane 
Craig Cochrone 
Doug Coleman 
Keith Collins 
Ron Collins 
Debbie Corns 
Robin Coohon 



Becky Cook 
Candy Cook 
Janet Cook 
Tim Cook 
)im Copley 
Gary Costner 
Vickie Cotton 
Bruce Counoyer 
Debbie Courtney 



Wanda Cowan 
Marie Cox 
Stanley Creekmore 
Rick Culting 



Nancy Cunningham 
Wyndham Curies 
Patty Curran 
Tony Cutrell 



Ricky Daldon 
Gail Davenport 
Denise Davis 
Ronald Davis 



Vivvian Dean 
Bud Deans 
Debbie Dearborn 
Terry DeCook 




I can't have a drink in the hall? 



)uniors 



JUNIORS PSAT TEST GIVEN AT KHS 




Korey DeMun 
Rocky DeRentis 
Vivian DeWitI 
Tommy Dickens 
Nancy Dickinson 
Wanda Dixon 
Ray Dodd 
Dilek Dogrul 
Phil Dowdy 



Bill Downs 
Chris Doxey 
Dave Dozier 
Sharon Drier 
Lee Duplain 
Tim Eason 
Brenda Eaton 
)amey Edwards 
Lindy Edwards 



Teri Edwards 
Devon Eldridgo 
Mike Emry 
lack Evelyn 
Pam Falls 

George Farrington 
Karen Felton 
Robert Fentress 
Debi Flynn 



Ellis Forbes 
Lindsey Forbes 
Kathy Foreman 
Edwin Forlines 
Keith Forrest 
Billy Foster 
Stanley Foster 
Scott Foxwell 
Cathy Foy 



Chris Foy 
Matt Francis 
Delores Freeman 
Mark Freeman 
Mike French 



Phil Fretwell 
Kathy Friez 
Neilson Fruegard 
Steve Fuller 
Teresa Funderbuck 



Patty Cahagan 
Denise Garland 
Gary Garrison 
Kenneth George 
Patricia Gentry 



Robert Getridge 
Leslie Ghent 
Lawrence Gibason 
Alan Gibson 
Anthony Gilchrist 



one hundred sixty nine 



Coney Gilchrist 
John Gilchrist 
David Gilliam 
Richarci Claser 
Britt Clisson 
Cheryl Goode 
Susan Green 
Lisa Cradel 



Marcy Graham 
Glen Grandstaff 
Dennis Granger 
Debby Gray 
Stewart Griffen 
)im Griffith 
Ray Grondin 
Linda Gustafson 



MORRIS AND LEE CLASS 
PRINCESSES FOR HOMECOMING 



I 







Sonny Gwin 
Tim Hadley 
David Hall 
David Hall 
Robin Hames 



Kim Hamill 
Anita Hammer 
Howard Hanbury 
Jane Hancock 
Kathy Hannan 



Mike Hanson 
Steve Hanson 
Claude Hardison 
Karen Harlen 
Sara Harlen 



Rick Harriman 
Joan Harris 
Vanessa Harris 
Ida Harrison 
Jimmy Hartley 



Cindy Hatcyer 
Sheryl Hawkins 
Bill Haynes 
Ken Hazlett 
Criss Heassler 



Grady Hedgespeth 
Sam Helm 
JoAnn Henson 
Allen Henderson 
Beverly Hersch 




ii We'll see whose going to fall in the mud next time. j 



juniors 




You mean we're doing this all wrong? 



Robert Hickman 
Ben Hicks 
)anei Hightower 
Maury Hill 



Pat Hillegas 
Cheryl Mines 
Peggy Hodge 
Joy Hodges 



Lloyd Hodges 
Cathy Hoffman 
Sally Holmes 
David Helton 




Roger Honaker 
Bud Hooper 
Mike Hoover 
Susan Houtchkin 
Mark Houchins 
Lisa Howard 
Theresa Hubbard 
Robin Hudgins 
Ten Hughes 



Debbie Hulsey 
jimmy Hutchinson 
Lawrence Hysel 
Robin Jackson 
Cathy Jaudon 
Aletia lenkins 
Sharon Jennings 
Scherrye Jeter 
Sharon Johns 



Dennis Johnson 
Mike Johnson 
Sandy Johnson 
Cheri Johnston 
Connie Johnson 
Tim Johnston 
April Jones 
Bonnie Jones 
Denise Jones 



Michael Jones 
Patty Jones 
Wesley Jones 
Bill jordal 
Dean Jordan 
lane Jordan 
Randy Jordan 
Wayne Joyner 
Pam Justice 



Jeanne Kartis 
Barbars Katz 
Connie Kearns 
David Kelly 
Kevin Kendrick 
Sharon Kendrick 
Mary Kennedy 
Elaine Kerslacke 
Darlene Kinard 



Debbie King 
Doug King 
Doug Kirby 
William Kirby 
John Kish 
Beth Koehler 
Art Kohn 
Vicki Koster 
Karen Kryah 



one hundred seventy one 



JUNIORS USE INGENUITY ON FLOAT 



Karen KuchalskI 
Deanna Kuchera 
Fran Kujawski 
Krystal LaVe 
Steve Lamnious 
Cathy Lamm 
Debbie Lang 
Lisa Langelier 
Mike Lannon 



Beverly Larry 
Gary Lassiter 
Anita Lawman 
Lynn Lee 
Evelyn Lenard 
Karen Lindameap 
Terry Lassister 



Denise Leon 
Greg LePage 
Chris LeSesne 
Mark Lewis 
Steve Lightbody 
Peggy Liverman 
Nancy Loizeau 



Tommy Lorkiewicz 
Debbie Lovitt 
Bill Luker 
Marife Macareg 
Joyce Maddox 
Bob Maddox 
Sam Mandalaris 



Roger Mandigo 
Tricia Mann 
John Manus 
Bonny Martin 
Doug Martin 
Elizabeth Mason 
Lorraine Mason 



Doug Massey 
Frank Matthews 
Melodye Mayes 
Oliver Mayfield 
Gail Mayton 
Denise Meade 
Brenda Meise 
Clay Melton 
Janice Melvin 



Jeannie Menge 
Cindy Meredith 
Debbie Merrill 
Kathy Met/gar 
Randy Midgetl 
Jack Miley 
Susan Millen 
Nancy Miller 
Steve Miller 



Theresa Miller 
Jan Mismas 
Charlie Misuna 
Kay Mitchell 
Rex Mitchell 
Dallas Mooney 
Debbie Moore 
Jimmy Moore 
John Moore 




Juniors 



Frank Moore 
oe Moreau 
Steve Morelen 
Becca Morris 
Pam Morris 
Mike Morrisey 
Pam Morrison 
erry Morros 
Beverly Moss 




Junior Assembly 




Brock Mosser 
Robert Mott 
Mike Moyer 
Richard Mozgay 
Rita Mullaly 
Dinenell Murphy 
)anet Murphy 
William Mynes 
John McAnulty 



Allen McCarthy 
Karen McCarthy 
Caren McClannen 
Terry McCord 
Annette McDonald 
Terry McCill 
Beth McCowan 
Nancy McCrath 
lames McKinney 



Steve McMillen 
Kathy McNeal 
Diana McNulty 
Mike McPherson 
Robin Nagle 
Greg Neal 
Bob Neilser 
Becky Nelson 
Cindy Newsome 



one hundred seventy-three 



Donna Newsome 
Hal Nichols 
Polly NIelson 
Beth Noblelt 
Doug Noyes 
MikeO'Brlan 
Cay O'Brien 
Harold Oehri 
Mark OHara 



Mickey O'Hara 
NickO'Hara 
Sue Olson 
David Orban 
Wayne Orndorff 
Dennis O'Tool 
Lynda Overton 
Debbie Parker 
Linda Parks 



Teresa Paschall 
Barbara Passaris 
Susan Pate 
Dalynn Patrick 
Dawn Patterson 
Donna Paul 
Robin Pederson 
James Persons 
Sharon Pledger 



Douglas Poole 
Kim Post 
Macy Poulin 
JoAnne Powell 
Alan Price 
Kalhy Price 
Richard Price 
Shane Price 
Karen Pritchard 



Rick Proctor 
Paula Pruden 
Aubrey Puddy 
Patricia Pugh 



Janice Pye 
Nena Raper 
Diana Rauscherback 
Anita Reed 



Tina Remicci 
Frances Repass 
Craig Rice 
Wayne Richardson 



Dana Riebe 
Deborah Rife 
David Roach 
Muffel Roberts 



Patii Robins 
Remona Robins 
Debi Robinson 
Lori Robnett 




Concentration amid confusion. 



juniors 



CANDY SALE SPARKED RING DANCE 




Robert Rodger 
Mike Roe 
Sharon Rogers 
Chris Roon 
Cynthia Ross 
Larry Ross 
Dan Rossi 
Loretta Rossi 
Jan Rowe 



Pat Rowe 
Steve Royster 
Dawn Ryals 
Rick Sacka 
Bob Sage 
Conrad Samson 
Matthew Sanderson 
Wayne Sasser 
)oe Saunders 



Karen Sawyer 
Mike Sawyer 
Renee Sawyer 
Ricky Sawyer 
Mary Schafer 
Ken Schneider 
Mike Schnoebelen 
Natalie Schullz 
Ed Schumacher 



Robert Sclater 
Angie Scott 
Debbie Segrest 
Vincent Seneker 
Lynette Sessler 
Charles Shank 
lames Shank 
Danny Shannon 
Cerald Shaw 



Cheryl Sherman 
Sandy Shue 
Gen Siebels 
Richard Sigal 
Don Simmon 
Jeff Simmons 
Laura Simpkins 
Edward Sims 
Vicki Singleton 



Mark SItterson 
Becky Skelis 
Daniel Skelley 
Scott Slocum 
Deloris Smith 
)ulie Smith 
Paul Smith 
Shirley Smithson 
Bill Spivey 



Bill Stakes 
Steve Stalling 
Matt Stavish 
Scott Stephenson 
Bryan Stevens 
Paul Stevens 
Darlene Stevenson 
)oe Stinson 
Mark Storey 



Kathy Strange 
Rick Summer 
Ricky Sumner 
Jeff Sweitzer 
Nancy Tapscott 
Bobby Tata 
Al Taylor 
David Taylor 
Keith Taylor 



one hundred seventy five 



OFFER AND PETER 
CLASS SPONSORS 



Lynn Taylor 
Marty Taylor 
Renee Taylor 
Skee Tenney 



Valerie Tenney 
)anlce Thomas 
Paul Thomas 
Mike Thompson 





Hedgespeth leads Junior Class Assembly. 



Tim Thompson 
Teresa Thorneberry 
)oel Ticatch 
Michele Todd 
Tina Traino 
Mike Trent 



Connie Tuck 
Chet Tucker 
)oyce Turley 
Kim Turner 
Van Turpin 
Debbie Tyer 



Susan Urso 
Randy Uzzle 
Mitch Vann 
Debbie Van Wagner 
David Venable 
Dianne Vercruyzse 



Debbie Vestal 
Steve Vipavetz 
Debbie Wade 
Rick Wade 
Lori Walker 
Stacie Walker 



Pdlli Wall 
Mary Wall 
Crystal Ward 
Gary Ward 
Russell Waters 
Ann Walkins 




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Smile you're on candid camera. 



juniors 




JUNIORS ORDER 
RING EARLY 




Cerry Watkins 
Sherry Watkins 
Betty Watson 
Albert Weeks 



Darrill Weger 
Frank Welch 
Ann Weike 
)ohn Welson 



lack WelcJer 
Bob Wernick 
Steve Wetherington 
Janice White 



Linda White 
BrencJa Whitfield 
Karen Whitehurst 
Patty Whitley 



Freedom to the outside world. 




Pam Wian 
Debbie Wildman 
Bobby Williams 
Mike Williams 
loan Williams 
Susan Williams 
Vicki Williamson 
Ellen Wilson 
Holly Wilson 



Debby Witcher 
Paula WindschitI 
Wilbur Winslow 
Mary Womble 
Keith Wood 
Rose Wood 
Sue Wood 
Debbie Wood ley 
Ann Woodruff 



Allan Wright 
LeeAnn Wright 
Kai Wynne 
David Yarrington 
Roy Yoder 
Carolyn Young 
Karen Youngblood 
Stephen Yount 
Eveltn Zukel 



one hundred seventy seven 



Brian Abbott 



Elizabeth Adams 



Monty Adams 







Vice-President — Sam Ellis; President — John Pezzella; Sponsor — Connie Kellam; Historian 
Hauck; Secretary — Terry Jackson; Chaplin — Terry Bryant; Treasurer — Ricky Thomas. 



Terry 



Al Akers 

William Aldridge 
Charles Alexander 
Rebecca Alexander 
lay Allen 
Martha Allen 
Cheryl Ambos 
Mary Ames 
Brian Anders 



Cathy Anderson 
Wayne Anderson 
Phil Armstrong 
Suzanne Arnold 
Larry Ashcraft 
Steve Ashe 
|ohn Ashley 
)odi Aush 
Brenda Austin 




Troy Austin 
Wayne Austin 
lames Baber 
Teddy Bacalis 
Ted Baer 
Dennis Baker 
|oy Baker 
Kevin Baker 
Debbie Ballcu 




sophomores 



PEZZELLA LEADS CLASS OF 75 




)one Balleu 
Joseph Bannman 
John Bannon 
Ricky Barbosu 
Frank Barco 
lohn Barnes 
Katie Barnicle 
Debbie Barrigar 
Ronald Barrington 



Steve Bartz 
Tim Bateman 
Steve Bates 
Sue Bates 
Joe Battafiano 
Jane Beeby 
Steve Belbusti 
Debbie Bell 
Ed Bell 



Gary Bell 
Teresa Beltrami 
Debbie Berry 
Diane Berry 
Ricky Berry 
Kay Berger 
Randy Bess 
Laurie Betz 
Pat Billari 



Sam Blackburn 
Mike Blackwell 
Bill Blankenship 
Sherry Blankenship 
Eugene Blaylock 
Tim Blounfield 
Becky Blount 
Martin Boelens 
Darlene Booker 



John Boulden 
John Boulden 
David Bowling 
Sara Bowling 
Felicia Boyd 
Cathy Boyles 
Cwen Braa 
Kim Brace 
Jeff Bradley 




Aubrey Brady 
John Brady 
Cindy Bremser 
Jeb Brewer 
Eric Bridgeman 
Mark Bridgeman 
Terry Bridgman 
Norma Brinn 
'Debbie Brinson 



Nicole Britton 
Ricky Broods 
David Brotherton 
Marta Brown 
Milton Brown 
Robert Brown 
Susan Brown 
Tony Brown 
Nancy Bruce 



Mary Brun 
Debbie Bryant 
Kathy Bryant 
Terri Bryant 
Jeff Buchanam 
Sharon Buckhouse 
Dianne Bulger 
Kim Bullard 
Carl Bunch 



one hundred seventy nine 



Andy Burroughs 
Ricky Byers 
Mark Byrd 
Ray Call 
Robert Callihan 
Cindy Campbell 
Daniel Campbell 
Roger Campbell 
Paul Carder 



John Carlo 
Jeff CardHIa 
Ricky Carper 
David Carter 
Teresa Carton 
Greg Casllebury 
John Catlin 
Rosie Cavallo 
Doug Cecil 



Shannon Chambers 
Timmy Childers 
Ray Chute 
Johnny Clam 
Carol Clark 
Lynn Clark 
Suzanne Clark 
Joey Ciaxton 
Susan Cline 



Jackie Colden 
Carma Cole 
jenny Comer 
Frances Condon 
Greg Conkles 
carol Connelly 
Julie Conner 
Roseanne Cook 
Wayne Cook 



Pam Cooper 
Steve Copeland 
Brenda Counoye 
Karen Courtney 
Cindy Cox 
Melissa Cox 
Mike Crabtree 
Jerry Grain 
Kirk Cramer 



Davis Crane 
Sandy Cressman 
Monica Cribb 



Barbara Gulp 
Lorraine Cutler 
Bill Dail 



Eren Daly 
Paula Daniel 
Mark Dark 




Sophomores play crab soccer in gym. 



sophomores 



CLASS SPONSORS SUMMER CAR WASH 




John Dashill 
Robert Davenport 
Cindy Davis 
Danny Davis 
Debra Davis 
Donell Davis 
Kevin Davis 
Rene Davis 
Robert Davis 



Robin Davis 
Tina Davis 
Marl< Deans 
Shannon Delaney 
lames Denton 
George Deorfler 
Barbara DeBellis 
Victor DePace 
Kathv Diaz 



Garrett Dickinson 
Keith Dive 
Laura Donovan 
Thomas Dook 
Debbie Douglas 
Robie Douglas 
Clint Doxey 
Patty Dozier 
)ay Dunbar 



Tom Duncan 
Kelly Dunn 
Bonnie Duplain 
Bill Duxbury 
Peggy Earl 
Kathy Earley 
Steve Earp 
Cheryl Eason 
Leroy Edmunds 



Victor Elkins 
David Ellis 
Sam Ellis 
Tony Ellis 
Chuck Ellisin 



Gary Englestead 
Howard Erickson 
Steve Fail 
Shawn Fannen 
Tim Farrington 



Betsy Fields 
Gail Fields 
Susan Fink 
Matt Finlon 
Steve Fitchett 



one hundred eighty one 



Christina Flemings 
Phyllis Flick 
Oaig Floyd 
Mike Flynn 
Melissa Forell 
Norma Foreman 
John Forrest 
Mike Foster 
Lee Fowler 



Mike Foy 
Tom Francis 
Bill Freeman 
Phyllis Freeman 
Tim Freeman 
Kathy Freese 
Randy Fretwell 
Don Froelick 
Clay Frye 



Lynn Fulgam 
Ann Fuller 
Cathy Funk 
Brent Cable 
Robert Gardner 
James Gates 
Wanda Callin 
Dale Cauthier 
Kurt Cibbs 



Anthony Gilchrist 
Donna Gilchrist 
Pat Giileland 
Clara Giilespe 
John Gillikin 
Carolyn Gills 
Rusty Godfrey 
Vicki Goodman 
Don Gordan 



Benny Graham 
Tim Crandslaff 
Valerie Grant 
Alvin Gray 
Jamie Gray 
Steve Gray 
Benita Green 
Bruce Green 
Robert Gregory 



Debra Gross 
Cindy Guess 
Dean Guess 
Teresa Gupton 
David Curganus 
James Hager 
Debbie Hall 
Red Hall 
Robert Hall 



sophomores 





Rick Halprin 
Julia Halsey 
Kelly Halsey 
Claudia Ham 
Shelley Hamill 
Bruce Hamilton 
Creg Hamilton 
Kathy Hammer 
Jeff Hainer 



Pat Hardy 
Mike Harmore 
Sheila Harold 
Rick Harper 
David Harrington 
Steve Harrington 
Cythia Harris 
Jody Harris 
Lynn Harris 



Mike Harris 
Mike Harris 
Bobby Harrison 
Carol Harrison 
James Harvey 
Theresa Hawey 
Mike Haskett 
Dianne Haskins 
Teresa Hauck 





David Hawthorne 
Caryn Haymes 
Charlie Haywood 
Bobby Heatherly 
Debbie Henly 
Lara Hensley 
Sharon Hickman 
Ray Higgins 
David Hill 



Eddie Hlllegas 
Chris Hinds 
Ben Hmes 
Mathan Hinkle 
Debbie Hobson 
James Hockman 
Vickie Hodge 
Rickie Hodges 
Sandy Hoff 



Linda Holland 
Tim Holt 
David Hooper 
Mike Hoppel 
Debbie Howard 
Mike Howard 
Pam Howard 
Ronnie Howard 
Jackie Howlett 



HAUCK AND TODD 
SOPHOMORE PRINCESSES 
FOR HOMECOMING 



one hundred eighty three 



KELLAM SPONSORS 
SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Janice Hull 
Mikf Hulock 
Linda Hussey 
Louise Hymons 



Gloria Ibbolson 
)ohn Irish 
Dana Jackson 
Don Jackson 



Teresa Jackson 
Terry Jackson 
Jeffrey Jacobson 
Theresa Jefferson 



Bud Jenkins 

James Jenkins 
Tracey Jenkins 
Lucynthia Jennings 
Sharon Jennings 
Cindy Jernigan 
Cindy Jernigan 
Cathy Johnson 
Charles Jones 



Earl Jones 
John Jones 
Kevin Jones 
Emily Jordan 
Janet Jorgenson 
Sherri joyner 
Dwight Justice 
Albert Kaba 
Brian Kalman 



Steve Kappler 
Jerry Kaufholtz 
Fred Keech 
Mike Keeneham 
Edward Kelleher 
David Keller 
Andrea Kelly 
Paul Kelly 
Terry Kemp 



Allen Kessler 
Wayne Kight 
Yvonne Kimble 
Tia Jean King 
Shawna Kirkwood 
Sheryl Kirkwood 
Gail Knight 
Steve Knight 
Bill Knowles 




sophomores 




Ricky Knox 
HansI Konig 
Sandy Kramer 
Laura Kubiszewski 
Sharon Kunz 
)oe Lahochec 
Harold Laibstain 
Welma Lamb 
Kenneth Lamberton 



Tracy Lamm 
Lea Land 
Judy Lannon 
Carry La Rossa 
Larry La Rossa 
Steve La Rossa 
Cheryl Liebold 
Gail Leccese 
Carol Lee 



Lou Lee 
Greg Lietz 
Bob Lengel 
Harry Letts 
Robert Leveron 
Vanessa Lewis 
Janet Lipinski 
Steve Lipinski 
Wayne Listol 



Les Liverman 
Fred Long 
Emma Love 
Gene Lovitt 
Sharon Lucas 
Cindy Luciano 
Pat Lynch 
Cindy Lyon 
Paula Mackey 



Barbara Maddery 
Gayle Maddox 
Gene Maddox 
Debbie Maloney 
Randle Manbwardt 
Karen Manby 
Michelle Mannat 
Butch Manning 
Angelo Manuel 



Jerry Marcine 
Jerry Mariani 
Ed Marshall 
Donna Martin 
Rodger Martin 
Roger Martin 
Robert Mason 
Mary Mathers 
Pam Mathews 



Danny Mathis 
Roger Mau 
Craig May 
Marvel Mayfield 
David Mayo 
Mark Meads 
Mark Meeker 
Kristy Meekins 
Phillip Meekins 



Liz Megna 
Mike Merrill 
Terri Metz 
Debbie Middleton 
Robin Midgett 
Jane Miley 
Bob Miller 
Cindy Miller 
Jeff Miller 



Vivian Minnick 
Stewart Minschke 
LeeAnn Misgette 
Angle Mitchell 
Terry Mitchell 
Jenny Moder 
Patty Moercdhell 
JoAnn Montague 
Sherman Montgomery 



one hundred eighty five 



Jennie Moore 
Karen Moore 
Mary Beth Morgan 
Pam Morgan 
Irene Morris 



Steve Morris 
Donna Morrow 
Elaine Moss 
Mike Mullins 
Charles Munforl 



Kristen Murphy 
Dottie Murphy 
Pam Murphy 
Paula Murphy 
Bill Myers 



Larry Mynes 
Kevin Myrick 
Robin McAlea 
Carol McBride 
Tracy McClannan 



Bob McCollough 
lulie McConchin 
Barry McCoy 
Martin McCullon 
Danny McDonald 



George MacDonald 
Marsha McHorse 
Belinda McKenzie 
Kathy McKewan 
David McLaughlin 
leanne McLemore 
Rob McMillen 
Mark Nachman 



Connie Naminshy 
Karen Nance 
Pat Neal 
Vernon Neill 
)ohn Neilson 
Richard Nelson 
Anne Nettles 
Mike New 



Ann Newton 
Debbie Nichols 
Danny Nolan 
Dan Norville 
Dannetle Norville 
Donna Nussbaum 
Neil Oatley 
Debbie Oatmen 



Jo Ann Obenauer 
Robert O'Brien 
Scott OHara 
Mike Oleick 
Mary Olson 
Terry O'Neal 
Scott Onttel 
John O'Toole 



sophomores 




CLASS TAKES FIRST PLACE IN 
HOMECOMING FLOAT COMPETITION 




Mark Outman 
Deborah Owens 
Larry Owens 
Jamie Padgett 
Mike Padgett 
Ann Parks 
Billy Pans 
Mary Parish 
Vicki Parivn 



Bill Peacock 
Ken Pearl 
Roger Pederson 
Deborah Pennock 
John Perkins 
Sharon Perry 
John Peterson 
Eric Petterson 
Keith Pettit 



John Pezzella 
Dianne Phelps 
Bob Picard 
Robbi Picou 
John Pierce 
Colleen Pierson 
Tora Pilard 
Norman Poulin 
Pam Powell 



Robert Preston 
Valerie Preston 
Gary Price 
JoAnn Privitera 
Mike Puapolo 
Arlene Quell 
Kathy Quidley 
Judy Randolph 
Shirley Ransom 



Debbie Redmend 
Paul Reedis 
Robert Reel 
Rick Reese 
Lou Reigster 



Mike Remberger 
Brenda Repass 
Guy Rhodes 
Terry Ricks 
Karen Ries 



Kathy Ries 
Jan Riestes 
Mark Rimarski 
Ron Rinehart 
Karen Ritter 



Debbie Roberts 
Don Roberts 
Dare Robinson 
Don Robinson 
Steve Robinson 



Sophomore class float 



one hundred eighty seven 



)ohn Rode 
Elaine Rodgers 
)oAn Rodgers 
John Rooney 



Randy Roughton 
Diane Ruby 
Marie Rudy 
Billy Ruffen 



Chris Ruffin 
Debbie Ruperti 
Kim Rush 
LeeAnn Rusnock 




A Steady hand needed for perfection. 



Chris Russell 
Roland Russell 
Donna Rutler 
Sieve Sabine 
Debbie Sadler 
Stephanie Sage 
James Sanderson 
Mike Sanderson 
Lee Sandstrom 



Monica Sanidos 
Vicky Sargeant 
Larry Sarosdy 
Cindy Saunders 
)ae Saunders 
Clifton Sawyer 
Stephen Sawyer 
Terry Sawyer 
)ulie Sayre 



Becki Scarbwugh 
Lori Schmidt 
Bobbye Schroeder 
Donna Schultz 
Kelly Schwendeman 
Marilyn Sclater 
Claren Scott 
Harry Soctt 
Sandy Scott 



Margie Seng 
Dcbby Seitz 
Howard Shaw 
Joyce Shaw 
Ronald Shaw 
Wayne Shields 
Tom Shrives 
James Siblez 
Cathy Simmon 



Debbie Simmons 
Dianne Simmons 
Sam Simmons 
Jim Simms 
Glenda Simons 
Brenda Sims 
Sue Sims 
James Sivoccol 
Mike Slemp 




sophomores 



SOPHOMORES MAKE THE 
MOST OF THEIR SPARE TIME 




Kenny Somet 
Vickie Spangler 
Keith Spector 
Jacl<ie Spruill 
Angela Smith 
Barbara Smith 



Cindy Smith 
Call Smith 
Janet Smith 
Jeff Smith 
Jodi Smith 
Kenneth Smith 



Kevin Smith 
Mike Smith 
Mike Smith 
Norma Smith 
Rosemary Smith 
Jeff Smithdeal 



Robin Snell 
Sammy Snowden 
Jay Snyder 
Tina Snyder 
Andrew Stahling 
Sharon Stall 
Randy Stark 
James Staton 
Denise Stavenger 



Susan Sleinfield 
Steve Stephenson 
Matt Steward 
Madrona Stiff 
Sandra Stinson 
Mickey Stone 
Kandy Strange 
Ken Straughn 
Glenn Strout 



Patricia Stump 
Nina Suggs 
Diane Sullivan 
Mark Sullivan 
James Summerlin 
John Sweeny 
George Swoope 
Scott Sykes 
Lynn Syucs 



Alonzo Tabron 
Constance Tache 
Alva Tarkmton 
Bobby Tata 
Donna Taylor 
Lee Taylor 
Pam Taylor 
Sharon Teagle 
Cathy Tedder 



Scott Temple 
Phil Templelon 
David Tenny 
Becky Thomas 
Harry Thomas 
Linda Thomas 
Ricky Thomas 
Steve Thomas 
Bill Thompson 



one hundred eighty nine 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
LARGEST EVER 



John Thompson 
Sandy Thompson 
Sharon Thompson 



Laura Thorne 
Cmdy Thurston 
Joe Tilghman 



John Tubles 
Kathy Tuck 
Chris Turner 



Karen Turner 
Mike Tyer 
Bill Tyree 
Terry Tyres 
Wayne Umpheitt 
Karen Underhill 
Steve Underwood 
Mary |o Ussery 
Sharon Vaughan 



Charles Verget 
Robert Vezendy 
Mike Voighl 
Nancy Wade 
Candy Wagner 
Trudi Wagner 
Kevm Waiek 
Andrea Walker 
Cheryl Wallace 



Jackie Walsh 
Mary Waltz 
Richard Ward 
Ardene Warren 
Susan Warren 
Robert Washburn 
Steve Watts 
John Webb 
Steve Webb 



Debbie Weddic 
Bill Wells 
Glenn Wells 
Susan Werniment 
Albert White 
Brenda White 
Cwen White 
Tom Whitman 
Roger WigenI 



Fred Wilcox 
David Willcox 
Bobby Williams 
Cheryl Williams 
Curtis Williams 
fredy Williams 
Judy Williams 
Marry Williams 
Micky Williams 




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sophomores 





Sandy Williams 
Vanessa Williams 
Randy Williams 



Eric Willson 
Kathy Willson 
Karen Wilson 



Pam Wilson 
Ray Wilson 
Phil Windschitt 



Sandy Winfleld 
Billy Womble 
Bob Womock 



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Walking together can bring many pleasant feeling. 




Lee Wood 
Donna Woodell 
Mark Woodington 



Sandy Woolard 
Theresa Woolard 
Keith Worrall 



Fred Wright 
)im Wright 
Jim Wulzer 



Buddy Wyatt 
Ken Wyatt 
Pam Yanger 



one hundred ninety one 



Phone 497-8944 

FIVEL 

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6359 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23402 



HERFF JONES 




Local Representative: 
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P.O. Box 3206 
Richmond, Virginia 23235 
Manufacturers of Graduation Announcements, 
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Kempsville High School 

Herff Jones Products: Class Rings - Graduation 

Stationery - Caps and Gowns - Medal and Trophy 

Awards - Club Pins - Yearbooks - Diplomas and 

Certificates - Fund Raising Ideas 




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5635 Princess Anne Road 
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Phone: 499-4119 



R. A. VANDEBERG 
President 



Doors Windows Trim Roofing 
Paint Plywoods Saws Filed Hardware 

ARROWHEAD BUILDING MATERIALS 

Incorporated 
5716 Princess Anne Road 

Phone 497-3571 Virginia Beach, Va. 



E.B. "Blackie" Speight 
Residence 539-4518 

625 Dogwood Lane 
Suffolk, Va. 23434 



SPEIGHT & CARR BRICK SALES, INC. 

Antique, Face & Common Brick 

Business 499-1887 

5774 Princess Anne Rd. Va. Beach, Va. 23462 



Phone 
497-1548 




Master Charge 
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THE BARON 
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Arrowhead Plaza Shopping Center 

5622 Princess Anne Rd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



Compliments 
of 

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Downtown Norfolk 

"The Mark of Traditional Service" 



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499-7666 

KEMPSVILLE AUTO SALES 

5059 Cleveland St., Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

J.C. Pritchard 



Phone 855-3148 
DIAMOND HILL PLYWOOD COMPANY 

Wholesale Distributors 

2301 Ingleside Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23513 




Kempsville Florist & Cilts 



Exhaust Systems 
Specialist 



Open Nights 
& Sunday 



TIDEWATER AUTO PARTS 



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Phone 497-0825 
497-6243 



Complete Line of New & Rebuilt Parts 
5192 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



John L. Vassar 
Sales Representative 



Phone 
497-4861 



Lula Little 
420-6888 



Nights and Sundays 



HIGHLAND FLORIST 



Velma Byrum 
420-0967 



"Flowers For All Occasions" 

Weddings - Funerals - Plants and Corsages 

6220 E. Indian River Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Phone: 420-0613 



Owner & Operator: Mary FHarris 

Operators: Blanch Provo 
Becky Oaks 
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Open Thursday a Friday Nite By Appointment 




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Phone 
497-97/11 



one hundred ninety-seven 



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America's Most Awarded Pine Furniture Store 

Fine Furnitures, Carpet, Draperies 

Linens, Accessories, Interior Design 

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Norfolk, Va. 23502 

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KEMPSVILLE PHARMACY 

5266 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

Phone 497-3516 



one hundred ninety-nine 



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South Military Highway 



"Your One Stop Building 
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Kempsville 

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Materials Inc. 



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A Complete Planing Mill 
West Coast Lumber 

104 North Witch Duck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 

Phone 497-3547 



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PATRONS 

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A Friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Elvin G. Baynor 

B.A. Allen (Good Luck Class of 74) 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald N. Hammer 

Mr. & Mrs. W.L.Ashley Jr. 

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Mr. & Mrs. James W. Powers 

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Mr. & Mrs. E.j. Dearborn 

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Bob Vogel, Editor The Treaty 

Dr. & Mrs. Harold Marshall 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Munford 

Mrs. I.A. Comstock 

Mr. & Mrs. Mullen 

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Ruffer 

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Roughton 

Mr. & Mrs. Phillip R. Hobbs 

Mr. &Mrs. T.B. Rollins 



two hundred one 



CLASS OF 1973 HOLDS 



ADCOCK, DONNA M. — DE Club 4, 
ALBRECHT, SUSAN MEALII — Drama Club 
2; ECOS 2,3; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3; 
Thespians 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 4. 

ALLECOOD, DAVID KESTLAR — Cafeteria 
Help 1 ;XIannera Club 2,3,4; Tennis 3. 
ALLEN, PATRICIA D. — Class Representative 
4; Office Helper 4. 
ALLEN, RAYMOND 
AMBROSE, GARY LEE 

ANDERSON, CATHY MARIE — FBLA 3; Pep 
Club 2; SCA Rep. 1. 

ANDERSON, DONNA L. — Powderpuff 
Football 3; Y-Teens 3. 
ARCHBELL,V DEBORAH ANNE 
ASHBY, DORIS ANN — Art Club 2; Future 
Homemakers 1. 

ASHLEY, PHYLLIS ANNE — Class Secretary 
2; Drill Team 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Girls 
State Rep. 3; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Office Helper 2; SCA Officer 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4; Junior Marshal 3. 

ATHERTON, JANET LYNN — Chorus 1,2,4; 
Madrigals 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Girls State 
Rep. 3; Extra Mural Gymnastics 1,2; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; Senior Class 
Council 4. 

BAILY, LAWRENCE M. 
BAKER, DEBORAH LYNN 
BAKER, DONNA LEE 

BALLOU, RICHARD DUNN — Cafeteria 
Help 1; German Club 3,4; Jr. Civitans 3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; SCA Rep. 4; Treaty Staff 3; 
Exec. Cmdr. NJROTC 4. 
BANAAG, VICTORIA ANN — Pep Club 1 . 
BANKS, JUDY KATHLEEN — Chorus 3,4; 
Drama Club 3; FBLA 4; Library Assistant 3,4; 
Y-Teens 1. 

BANKS, NANCY GRACE — Chorus 3. 
BARBEE, MARK STEVEN — Chorus 4; Class 
Rep. 4; JV Baseball 2; JV Football 2; JV 
Wrestling 2; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity 
Wrestling 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 
BARBER, WILLIAM FRANCIS — Boy's State 
(alt.) 3; Electronics Club 2,3,4; JV Football 2; 
Track 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4. 
BARBIERE, PATRICIA ANN — GAA 4. 
BARNICLE, SUSAN JEAN — Class Rep. 2; 
Keyettes 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Class 
Hist. 4. 

BARRINGTON, JAMES KENNETH — Varsity 
Wrestling 3. 

BATES, MICHAEL WILLIAM — Band 1; Class 
Pres. 3; ECOS 2. 

BAYNOR, DEBORAH ELIZABETH — Image 
Staff 3,4. 

BEARD, DAVID KEITH — Class Pres. 4; 
Debate Club 2,3,4; Varsity Football 3. 
BEARD, JANICE CARROL — Art Club 1; 
Class Rep. 4; FBLA 4; SCA Rep. 4. 
BEASLEY, DONNY MARIE 
BEILER, MARLYN ROSE — Future Home- 
makers 1,2,3,4. 

BELL, BRADLEY WAYNE — Band 1,2; DE 
Club 4; Drama Club 3,4; Thespians 3,4. 
BENJAMINSON, ALAN LEE — Debate Club 
2; DE Club 3; German Club 1,2; Tennis 2. 
BERG, SANDY ANN — FBLA 5; SCA Rep. 1. 
BERKHIMER, MARTHA LEE — Class Rep. 3; 
Drill Team 4; French Club 2,3; Office Helper 
3; Pep Club 2; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3,4. 

BERNICK, HENRY CLAYTON — Band 1; 
Class Rep 1; ECOS 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 5,4; SCA Rep. 2. 
BLANKENSHIP, GARY WILLIS 
BLANTON, PATRICIA JEAN — Drill Team 
2,3,4: ECOS 2,3; French Club 1; FBLA 3,4; 
Pep Club 1; Powderpu/f Football 3,4; Tri-Hi- 
Y 3,4, 

BLEH, JEFFREY ALAN 

BONNY, SYBIL CAMERON — Future Home- 
makers 1; German Club 2; Library Assistant 
1. 

BOONE, DOUG PAUL — Varsity Basketball 
3,4. 
BOYD, DIANE CAY — Chorus 1; French 



Club 1 ; German Club 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3,4; Office Helper 3. 
BOYLES, JANA JENELLE — Chorus 4; Class 
Sec. 3; Drama Club 2; Drill Team 2,3,4; Fu- 
ture Homemakers 1; Girl's State Rep. 3; 
Homecoming Court 4; Image Staff 4; Miss 
Image Court 4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Powderpuff Football 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Ex- 
ecutive Council 2,3; Jr. Marshal 3. 
BRANNON, CYNTHIA GAIL — Chorus 3,4; 
FBLA i; Pep Club 3. 
BRANNON, DEBORAH FAYE 
BRAZIER, JOANN — Majorette 1,2. 
BRIDEN, CHERYL DAY — Chorus 2,3,4; Fu- 
ture Homemakers 3; Y-Teens 3; GAA 3; 
Exec. Council 2. 

BRINKLEY, THOMAS HALL — ECOS 2; 
French Club 3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Senior Class Council 4. 
BROOKS, CHARLES REX — JV Football 1. 
BROWN, ALEXIS CAROL — Class Rep. 4; JV 
Cheerleader 2; Library Assistant 1; Pep Club 
1. 

BROWN, JEFFREY LOUIS — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Varsity Wrestling 2. 

BROWN, ROBERT C. — Band 2,3; Camera 
Club 4; Chorus 2,3; Class President 3; Class 
Rep. 1; Class Vice-Pres. 2, Drama Club 2; 
ECOS 4; Latin Club 3; Leo Club 2,4; Library 
Assistant 2; SCA Officer 4; Spanish Club 2; 
Exchange Student 4. 

BROWN, NANCY VEE — Band 1,2,3; 
Majorette 1; SCA Rep. 1. 
BROWN, ROBERTA ELAINE — Chorus 1,2,3; 
Future Homemakers 3; Powderpuff Football 
4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

BRUNER, REBECCA GAIL — Camera Club 4; 
Chorus 4; Drama Club 3; Future Homemak- 
ers 1; German Club 3,4; Jr. Civitans 3,4; SCA 
Rep. 2,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Treaty 
Staff 3,4. 

BRUNS, ARCHIE T. — Gymnastics 1,2,3; Key 
Club 2,3,4. 

BUCHANAN, VICKI LYNN — Leo Club 2; 
Library Asst. 2,3; Pep Club 1,2. 
BUFFINGTON, EARLE RODERICK 111 — Band 
1; Golf 1; NHS 4, Treasurer 4; Tennis 2,3, 
Capt. 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Junior Executive 
Council ^. 

BUNDY, SHELDON A. 

BURROUGHS, DEBORAH ELIZABETH — 
Class Rep. 1; Keyettes 4. 
BURROUGHS, JOANNA LEE 
BUTLER, GARY LEE — JV Baseball 2. 
BUTLER, RITA ELIZABETH 
BYRD, KATHERINE ALANA — Debate Club 
1; Drama Club 1,2; ECOS 2; Pep Club 1; 
Thespians 1,2,3,4, Secretary i Pres. 4. 
CADDY, JOHN ADAIR 
CARD, DONNA LISA — Chorus 1,3,4. 
GARNER, GARVIN PERRY — Accapelia 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Library Asst. 2. 
CALHOUN, RODERICK M. — Band 1,2,3,4; 
DEClub2; Tennis 5. 
CANNON, PAM MARIE 
CARLIN, CAROL A. — Leo Club 2. 
CARTER, YVONNE TYSON — Pep Club 1 . 
CARVIL, JANE BARBOUR — Jr. Civitans 3,4; 
Keyettes 4; Latin Club ?,4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4. 
CARTWRIGHT, LEANNE ROSE — Chorus 
3,4; French Club 1,2; Junior Achievement 
2,3,4. 

CASEY, HAROLD HICKS — Camera Club 4; 
German Club 2,3,4; Vice Pres. 4; Jr. Civitans 
3,4, Tres. 4; Key Club 3,4; Leo Club 5,4, 
VIce-Pres. 4; Senior Class Council 4; Track 
1,4. 

CASTLEBERRY, TIM A. 
CASWELL, PAULIN LOUISE 
CATALONO, PAMELA KAYE— DE Club 5,4. 
CATLIN, BRIAN DOUGLAS — Chorus 4; JV 
Baseball 2; JV Football 1,2; JV Wrestling 1,2; 
Track 1,4; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 3,4; Treaty Stall 
3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

CLARK, BRAD K. — Camera Club 3,4, Pres. 
4; Class Rep. 2; Jr. Civitans 3,4, Pres. 4; Latin 
Club 3,4; NHS 3,4. 



Key Club 3,4, Sec. 



DE Club 2; 



CLARK, CHRIS ALAN 
CLARK, ERNEST F. 
COLE, JEFFREY WAYNE - 
4. 

CONNOR, DONA ANN 
COOK, SUSAN LEIGH 
Keyettes 4; Pep Club 1. 

COSTNER, HAROLD J. — JV Football 2; JV 
Wrestling 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity 
Club 4. 

COVINGTON, CLYDE DARRELL — JV Base- 
ball 2, Track 2. 

COWAAN, BARBARA ANN — DE Club 4; 
Hockey 3,4; GAA 3,4. 

GRAIN, DANIEL F. — Caft. Helper 2; Spanish 
Club 3. 

CRAMLET, LINDA DIANNE— Pep Club 1. 
CRANE, WILLIAM JOSEPH — French Club 2; 
Jr. Civitans 4; NHS 3,4; Scholastic Team 2; 
Track 2,3,4. 
CRAVENER, DENNY E. 

CRAWFORD, KAREN ELIZABETH — German 
Club 1,2,3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Library Asst. 
1,2; Pep Club 1. 

CREOLE, BETTY JANE — Art Club 1,2,3,4, 
Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; ECOS 2. 
CRIMINGER, VICKI JEAN — Chorus 2,4; 
German Club 4. 

CRISS, DAVID WAYNE — Drama Club 3; 
Gymnastics 3. 

CROSS, ROBIN ANN — Class Rep. 1; Class 
Vice-Pres. 3; Drama Club 3; Drill Team 
2,3,4, Capt. 4; French Club 1; NHS 3,4; Pep 
Club 1; Powderpuff Football 3,4; SCA Exec- 
utive Council 2,3; Thespians 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4, Sec. 4; Class Chaplain 4; Jr. Marshal 3; 
Miss Image Court 4; Outstanding Senior 4. 
COLLINS, JANETTE 

CONAWAY, MICHAEL HAROLD — Band 1, 
Caft. Helper 1; Track 4; Varsity Football 
2,3,4; Varsity Wrestling 2,3,4. 
CONBOY, MAR — Caft. Helper 1; Gym- 
nastics 1, JV Baseball 3. 

COLLINS, BRENDA DENISE — Chorus 
1,2,3,4. 

CRONCE, DEBRA LEIGH — FHA 1 ; Pep Club 
1,2. 

CULLEN, DAVID E. — Golf 1,2,3,4; JV Base- 
ball 2; NHS 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2. 
CUSTER, KAREN G. — Tennis 3. 
DAIL, BRENT LEE 

DALTON, LOIS MAE — Chorus 2,3,4; FBLA 
3. 

DANIELS, SUSAN STAFFORD — Drill Team 
4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Hist. 4; Office Helper 3. 
DAVIS, ARTHUR LEWIS — Chorus 3,4; DE 
Club ?,4; Track 3,4. 

DAVIES, KATHY MARIE — Drill Team 2,3,4; 
FHA 1, Pep Club 1. 

DAVIS, ANGELA D. — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class 
Rep. 1. 

DAVIS, DEBORAH KAY — Chorus 1,3; 
Club 3, Powderpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi 
SCA Corresponding Sec. 4. 
DAVIS, MARY CATHERI EN 
DAVIS, NANCIE BETH — Class Sec. 2,3; 
Rep. 1. 

DAVIS, SHARON KIMBERLY — Chorus 4; 
Drill Team 2,3,4; FHA 4: German Club 3; 
Powderpuff Football 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, 
Sec. 3. 

DEBERRY, ARLEEN ELIZABETH — Drama 
Club 1. 

DEFORD, SHELLEY DENISE — DE Club 4; 
Office Helper l.i. 

DENNIS, LAURA LEIGH — Class Rep. 1,2; 
French Club 1,2,3; JV Cheerleader 2, NHS 
3,4; Office Helper 4; Powderpuff Football 4; 
SCA Officer 1; SCA Rep. 1,2; Senior Class 
Council 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4. 
DERWENT, MICHAEL GLEN — Class Rep. 4; 
JV Basketball 1; Track 1; Varsity Football 
2,3,4. 

DIVELBISS, DEBRA KAY — Art Club 1; Gym- 
nastics 1,2,?, 4; )V Cheerleader 2,3; Library 
Asst. 1; Pep Club 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 
4. 
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM R. — Chorus 3,4; JV 



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Football 1,2. 

DOWDY, MARY RUTH — Chorus 4; Class 
Rep. 1; SCARep. 2. 

DOWNS, JANET MARIE — FBLA 4, Hist. 4; 
Powderpuff Football 4; Tri-HI-Y 4. 
DOZIER, JEFFREY CALVIN — Class Rep. 2; 
NHS 4. 

DRAGAS, BILL MARK — Boy's State 3; JV 
Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4. 
DUNBAR, DELTON L. — DE Club 4; JV Foot- 
ball 2,3; Varsity Football 4. 
DUVALL, DIANA RUTH — Chorus 3,4; 
French Club 2; FBLA 4: FHA 1 : Tri-Hi-Y4. 
EARL, MARTHA ANN — French Club 2; 
Girl's State Rep. 4; NHS 4; Sec. 4; Powder- 
puff Football 3,4; Senior Class Council 4; 
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Pres. 4. 
EATON, BRYAN RAY 
EATON, CANDICE LEE — FBLA 2. 
EATON, WILLIAM SCOTT— Class Rep. 4. 
EDMONDS, WILLARD THOMAS — Camera 
Club 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Key Club 3,4; Se- 
nior Class Council 4; Treaty Staff 4. 
EDMUNDS, CAROLYN A. 
EDWARDS, E. GLENN — ECOS 2,3; Band 1. 
EHRMANN, FREDRICK MICHAEL — Band 
1,2,3,4. 

ERICKSON, DIANA LYNN — Art Club 2. 
ERVIN, DONNA JEAN — Chorus 3; FHA 3,4, 
Pres. 4. 

ETHERIDGE, RONALD BRADLEY— DE Club 
3. 

ETHERIDGE, SHARON CHRISTINE 
EVERETT, JAMES EDWARD — Chorus 4; 
Class Rep. 2; FHA 4; Varsity Football 2,4; 
Varsity Wrestling 4. 
FEHMEL, DOUGLAS LEE 
FELTS, PAUL ANSON — NHS 3,4. 
FENTRESS, DANNY — Chorus 3,4; SCA Rep. 
1. 

FERRELL, TONYA SUSANNE — Gymnastics 
3,4; Spanish Club 1, Pres. 1. 
FINK, ROBERT WAYNE 
FIREBAUGH, SAMUEL DEAN 
FIX, VERNON LEE — Band 3,4; Chorus 3; 
Drama Club 2,3. 

FLANAGAN, LAURA FAYE — Band 1, Debate 
Club 2; Drama Club 1, Leo Club 2,3,4, Sec. 
3; Library Asst. 1; Office Helper 3. 
FLEMMINCS, JERYL CORNELIOUS 
FONTAINE, CHARLIE BYRON — Class Rep. 
1; JV Football 1; SCA Rep. 1; Track 4; Var- 
sity Football 3. 
FORBES, KAREN RAE 

FORBES, REBECCA ELIZABETH — Caft. 
Helper 2, French Club 1. 
FOY, CELIAN REBECCA — Jr. Civitans 2,3,4; 
SCA Rep. 4. 

FRANCIS, SHERRY LEE — Band 2,3; Class 
Rep. 4; Drill Team 2; Junior Princess 3, 
Majorette 3,4. 

FRANCIS, TERRY LYN — Band 1,3,4; 
Majorette 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4. 
FRANKS, KAREN ANN — Caft. Helper 1; 
Camera Club 1; Gymnastics 1; Powderpuff 
Football 1; Y-Teens 2. 

FRIESEN, DEBORAH JEAN — Camera Club 
4; Jr Civitans 4; Literary Mag. 4; NHS 3,4; 
Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2,4, Vice-Pres. 3. 
FRENCH, JUDITH KIM 
FROST, ROBERT EUGENE 
FUGH, WILLIAM EDWARD— |V Baseball 3. 
CANDY, SCOTT 

GARCIA, BEKKI MAXINE — Hockey 1; Pep 
Club 2; SCA Rep. 4. 

GARDNER, JAMES CHARLES — JV Baseball 
1; |V Basketball 2; jV Football 3; Varsity 
Basketball 2. 

GARRETT, CYNTHIA ELAINE — Pep Club 1. 
GEBLER, KATHY S. — Chorus 1; German 
Club 2. 

GIBBS, KEITH EDWIN 
GIBBS, KENNETH MARION 
GILCHRIST, BERNARD — JV Football 2; JV 
Wrestling 2,3; Tennis 1. 

GILCHRIST, JANE LOUISE — Chorus 4; FHA 
3,4. 
GILCHRIST, RENITA DIANE — Chorus 3,4. 



GILLESBIE, DANIEL E. — DEClub4. 
GILLIAM, WILLIAM DUNN, JR. — Band 2; 
SCA Rep. 4; Spanish Club 1, 
GOAD, DEBORAH JEAN — Chorus 4; Class 
Rep. 4; Homecoming Court 4; JV 
Cheerleader 2; Office Helper 1,2,4; Pep 
Club 1,2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 1,3,4; 
SCA Rep. 4; Senior Class Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
4; Y-Teens 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, co- 
capt. 4; Ring Dance Committee 3; Prom 
Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; 
Exchange Student 4; Miss Image Court 4. 
GODFREY, TONYA FAYE — FBLA 1; FHA 4; 
Pep Club 3; Powderpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3; GAA 3. 

GORDON, PHILIP EDMUND — Drama Club 
1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Thespians 2,3,4; 
Best Supporting Actor 3; Superior Rating in 
One-Act Play Contest 3. 

GRADEL, VICTORIA JEANNE — Art Club 4; 
NHS 3,4. 

GRAHAM, DEB LEE 

GRAHAM, MICHAEL SHAWN — Art CIgb 
2,4; Spanish Club 2,4. 

GREER, DENISE CAROL — Oiffice Helper 2. 
GRIER, GODFREY P. — French Club 3,4; 
Tennis 2. 

GUESS, LARRY D. 

GUNTER, ROBERT LEE — Class Rep. 4; JV 
Baseball 3; Leo Club 3. 
GURTON, RICKY ALLEN 

GUTHRIE, SUSAN ELIZABETH — Art Club 
1,2,4; Drill Team 2; Jr. Civitans 4; Latin Club 
2,3,4; NHS 3,4. 

GWIN, SHERIE LYN — FBLA 4. 
HAGEN, OTTO OLIVER 

HALL, CYNTHIA ANN — Chorus 1,3,4, 
German Club 1,2; Office Helper 3,4; Pep 
Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Powderpuff Football 
3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

HALSEY, MARY BEE — German Club 4; 
Chess Club 4, Sec. 4; Treaty Stall 2,3,4, Re- 
porter 2, Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4. 
HAMILL, MICHAEL P. — DE Club 4; SCA 
Rep. ?. 

HANNAH, BARBARA ANN — Chorus 4; DE 
Club 3; Golf 3,4; Gymnastics 3,4; Tennis 
3,4; Track 3,4. 
HARCOURT, LOIS KAY 

HARRIS, CLARENCE — Chorus 3; DE Club 4. 
HARRIS, DIANE LYNNE 

HARRIS, ELISHA — Chorus 4; DE Club 2; JV 
Football 1; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity 
Wrestling 3,4. 
HARRIS, MICHAEL PERRY 
HASTE, GARY JACKSON — Band 1,2,3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; NHS 3,4. 

HASTE, JERRY THOMAS— Band 1,2,3,4; Key 
Club 3,4; NHS 3,4. 

HAWTHORNE, CHARLES RANDOLPH 
HAYLEY, COLIN SCOTT — Art 1. 
HEAD, DEBORAH KAY 

HEINE, JERRY GENE — JV Baseball 1,2; JV 
Football 1,2; Track 1,2. 

HENDRICKS, CHERYL ANN — Class Repre- 
sentative 1,3; Hockey 4; Homecoming 
Queen 4; JV Cheerleader 2; Library Asst. 1; 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Y-Teens 3. 
HENSLEY, SHARONLEICH — Class Rep. 1,2; 
JV Cheerleader 1 ; Pep Club 1,2. 
HERSHBERGER, PAT P. — Chorus 2,3,4; FHA 
2. 

HICKMAN, PAUL A. — Track 3,4. 
HIGGINS, ANN PARTICE — Band 1,2,3,4; 
GAA 3,4. 

HILL, CAROLYN LEE 
HILL, CHARLES KENNETH 
HINSON, THERESE MARIE — Camera Club 
2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA 3. 
HIRSCH, WILLIAM F. 

HOBBS, DEBRA SUE — Chorus 4; Class Rep. 
1,2,4; Homecoming Court 4; JV Cheerleader 
2; Pep Club 1; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerleading 3,4. 
HOLCOMB, DEBBIE MARIE 
HOLLOWAY," DORA BELINDA — Chorus 
1,4; Drama 1,2; Spanish Club 1. 



HOLMAN, JOYCE L — Chorus 1,2,3; Office 
Helper 3; Spanish Club 3. 
HOLTON, JEFFERY RALPH — Gymnastics 1. 
HORWITZ, DEBORAH 

HOUCK, VALERIE JEAN — Chorus 4; Class 
Sec. 4; Drill Team 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; 
Powderpuff Football 3,4; SCA Rep. 1; Tri-Hi- 
Y3,4. 

HOVIS, WALTER EARL 
HOWARD, DEBORAH LYNNE 
HOYES, SUSAN DEBRA — Chorus 1,2,3,4. 
HUDSON, DAVID BRYCE — Camera Club 4; 
ECOS 2 NHS 3,4. 

HUIZENCA, CINDY KAY— FHA 4. 
HUTCHINSON, KATHY ELIZABETH — 
Drama 1,2,3,4; Office Helper 2,3; Thespians 
1,2,3,4. 

HYATT, GUY ALAN — Cafeteria Helper 1 ; JV 
Baseball 3; SCA Rep. 4; Spanish Club 3; Var- 
sity Baseball 4. 

HYMAN, LORI JO — Drill Team 2; Library 
Assistant 1; SCA Rep. 1. 
IMBERT, MARTIN H. — Electronics Club 3. 
JACKSON, CHRISTOPHER — Band 1,2; 
Boy's State 4; Debate Club 1,2,3; Drama 
Club 3; German Club 1,2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
SCA Officer 4, Treasurer; Tennis 2; 
Thespians 3,4, Treas. 4; Nat. Merit 
Semifinalist 4; 3rd in Forensics 3. 
JACKSON, JEANETTE LYNN — Art Club 2,3, 
Pres. 4; Treas., German Club 4. 
JACKSON, ROBIN — Chorus 2,3; DE Club 2. 
JAMES, SHARON EILEEN — Band 1,2,3; 
Gymnastics 1,3,4, Regional, State; Y-Teens 
1 ; Who's Who of High School Students. 
JEFFRIES, STEVE LEE 

JOHNSON, LEVY L. — Chorus 3,4; Cafeteria 
Helpl. 

JOHNSON, MARGARET MARIE 
JOHNSON, VICKI LEIGH — DE Club 4; FBLA 
4, Reporter; Office Helper 4; Y-Teens 4; 
Powderpuff Football 4. 

JOHNSTON, LINDA JANE — SCA Rep. 2,3; 
Spanish Club 2,3. 

JOINES, LINDA NORMA — Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
DECIub2; Drama Club 3,4. 
JONES, BETH LOUISE — Art Club 4; Class 
Rep. 1; Class Vice-Pres. 1; DECIub4. 
JONES, CINDY MARIE — FHA 1 ; Pep Club 3, 
Sec, Powderpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; 
Crisco Award 1. 

JONES, CYNTHIA ANNE — Chorus 3,4; Class 
Rep. 1; Library Assistant 1; Office Helper 2; 
Pep Club 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Clinic Helper 4. 
JONES, DAVID B. 
JONES, JERMAINE — Chorus 3,4. 
JONES, LYNWOOD BRYANT 
JONES, MARTHA ANN — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Class Rep. 4; Pep Club 2; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 4; SCA Rep. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Jr. Class Exec- 
utive Council. 

JONES, NATHANIEL SPRINKLE, JR. — Band 
1; Chorus 4; German Club 2. 
JUSTICE, PAMELA TERRESSA — Keyettes 4. 

KECK, RANDY WAYNE 

KEENE, MAUREEN ELIZABETH — Debate 
Club 4; French Club 2. 

KELLEY, MICHAEL W. — Band 1,3,4; French 
Club 1,2; Key Club 4; Chess Club 4; All City 
Band 1. 

KIMBLE, YVETTE MELVENIA— Drill Team 4. 
KINDRED, ERICK DOYLE 
KING, KATHY FAY— Drill Team 3,4, Treas. 
4; FBLA 4, Pal. 4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; 
SCARep. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 
KIRBY, LINDA — Art Club 1,2. 
KNAPP, CARL — JV Football 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4. 

KNIGHT, SHANNON LEIGH — Drama Club 
1,2; JV Cheerleader 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; SCA 
Rep. 4; Thespians 1,2,3; JV Cheerleader 
Captain 2. 

KOEHLER, WALTER C. Ill — Band 1; French 
Club 2; IV Basketball 2; Leo Club 2. 
KOELLING, GARY STEVEN — Band 1,2,3. 
KOENEMAN, JACK DAVID — Band 1,2,3; 
ECOS 2; Literary Magazine Staff 4. 



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KRAHENBILL, PEGGY LEE — Chorus {,4; 
FHA1; Office Helper 4. 
KRAMER, CAROLYN )OYCE — National 
Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4. 
KUJAWSKI, KATHRYN GENEVIENE — French 
Club 2; Office Helper 3,4; Pep Club 4; Exec- 
utive Coujicil 3. 

KUNZMAN, LUCY ELLEN — Camera Club 
3,4; Jr. Civitans 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, Vice 
Pres. 3, Historian 4; National Honor Society 
3,4. 

LACEY, JACKIE C. — Powderpuff Football 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y4. 

LAMBERT, VICTOR ROY — Chorus 1 . 
LANGLEY, CHARLES E. — Varsity Basketball 
3. 

LAWS, MARK EDWARD — )V Football 1,2; 
Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. 
LECROY, MICHAEL LINDSAY — Chorus 4; 
Varsity Football 3. 
LEGGETT, A. THOMAS 
LEON, ALBERT PAUL 

LEWIS, WARREN DOUGLAS — Class Rep. 
1,2; NHS 3,4; SCA Rep. 1,3. 
LINDSAY, EDMOND CAREY 
LINDSAY, NANCY L. 
LIVERMAN, LARRY RAY— Band 2,3,4. 
LIVICK, )AMES EDWIN — DE Club 3. 
LONG, NANCY CAROL 

LONG, NANCY CAROL — Chorus 4; Class 
Rep. 2; Drill Team 2,3,4, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4; 
Office Helper 2; Powderpuff 3,4; SCA Rep. 
1; Senior Class Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, 
Hist. 4. 

LOWERY, ROBBIE SUE — Art Club 1; Jr. 
Civitans 3; Leo Club 2; Powderpuff Football 
4; SCA Rep. 4; Y-Teens 4. 
LUCIANO, DEBORAH LYNN 
MADDREY, THOMAS DEFORD — Varsity 
Basketball 3. 

MANDY, DEBORAH FAYE 
MANN, SUSAN LEE — Chorus 2,4. 
MARSHALL, CYNTHIA ANN — Band 1 ; Class 
Pres. 1; Class Treas. 3,4; Debate Club 1; 
Drama Club 2, Sec. 2; Drill Team 4; Girl's 
State Alt. Rep. 3; Homecoming Court 4; 
NHS 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 2, Pow- 
derpuff Football 3,4; Spanish Club 2, 
Thespians 2,3,4; Treaty Staff 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 
2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; 
Y-Teens 1; Class Hist. 2. 

MARSHALL, CYNTHIA LYNN — Majorette 
2,3,4; Office Helper 3,4. 
MARTIN, SAMMY CLEVELAND — JV Base- 
ball 2. 

MARTIN, SHARON FAYE — DE Club 2; FHA 
1. 

MASSEY, KEVIN DENNIS — JV Wrestling 
2,3; Varsity Wrestling 4. 
MATHEWS, BERNICE E. 
MAU, WILLIAM G. 

MAYFIELD, RICHARD RANDOLPH — Band 
2,3; Drama Club 4. 

MEADOWS, PHILLIP BRIAN — French Club 
1; Tennis 3,4. 

MEEKER, JIM A. — Cafeteria Help 1,2; Class 
Rep. 1,2,3; JV Football 1,2; JV Wrestling 1,2; 
SCA Rep. 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 4. 
MEEKER, RONALD KEITH — Art Club 1,2. 
MENGE, CAROLYN ANN — Drill Team 2,3,4, 
Sec. 4; IMAGE STAFF 2,3,4, Asst. Editor 3, 
Editor 4; Powderpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4. 

MIDGETT, IRIS WILFORD — Electronics 
Club 3. 

MILEY, PEGGY ANN — DE Club 4; Pep Club 
1. 

MILLEN, MARY ANN — French Club 2,3; 
FHA 1; Pep Club 1; Powderpuff Football 
3,4; Y-Teens 3,4. 

MILLER, MARIANNE — Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mad- 
rigals 2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; SCA 
Rep. 1 ; Y-Teens 3,4. 
MILLER, SANDRA FAYE — FHA 1. 
MILLER, DUANE LEIGH — Band 1,2,3. 
MINISCHKE, FRANK B. — Band 1; Debate 
Club 2, Manager 3; Key Club 3,4, Treas. 4; 



Tennis 3,4. 

MITCHELL, ANTHONY KEITH — Band 1; 
Chorus 3. 

MITCHELL, ARTHUR EARL II — Giotar Club 
3; Library Assistant 3. 

MODLIN, ELIZABETH ADAMS — EGOS 3,4, 
Sec. 4; Keyettes 4; Pep Club 1 ; Spanish Club 
3,4. 

MOORE, KENNETH CARROLL III — German 
1; Key Club 3,4; Leo Club 2; Tennis 2. 
MORGAN, ROBERT EUGENE — Drama Club 
1; Clinic Helper 3; Key Club 4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Powderpuff Coach 3,4; 
Thespians 1; Varsity Baseball Manager 2,3; 
Varsity Club 3,4. 

MORPHIS, PAULA CWEN — Chorus 2,4; 
Hockey 2,4; Spanish Club 1; GAA 2,4, Pres. 
4. 

MORRIS, ANNE HANCOCK — German Club 
2,3,4; Sec. 3; Girl's State Rep. 4; Jr. Civitans 
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Scholastic 
Team 2,3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; 
National Spanish Exam 4; Literary Magazine 
3,4, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4. 
MORRISSEY, KEVIN JAMES — Class Rep. 4; 
Jr. Civitans 4; JV Baseball 1 ; JV Football 1 ; JV 
Wrestling 1; Powderpuff Football Manager 
3,4; Senior Class Council 4; Varsity Cross 
Country 3,4. 
MOSSER, JOHN P. 

MOYER, PAMELA ANN — Band 1,2,3,4; SCA 
Rep. 4; Spanish Club 2. 

MUCHENTHALER, JOHN L — DE Club 4; Jr. 
Achievement 2. 

MURPHY, DAWN ANNE — Drill Team 3,4; 
FBLA 4; Jr. Civitans 4; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4. 

MURPHY, KATHERINE ELLEN — National 
Honor Society 4; Y-Teens 3,4. 
MUSSELMAN, PAULA GAY— FBLA 4; Pow- 
derpuff Football 4; Tri-Hi-T 1; Y-Teens 3,4, 
Treasurer 4. 

MYERS, CHERYL ANNE — Class Rep. 4. 
McANULTY, DAVID TYLER — JV Wrestling 
1; Tennis 3. 

McBRIDE, DONALD LEE — Cafeteria Help 
1 ; Chorus 3,4; JV Football 1 ; JV Wrestling 1 ; 
SCA Rep. 1,2,4; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Var- 
sity Club 3,4. 

McCarthy, susan diane — fbla 3,4; 

NHS 4. 

McCartney, michael owen — egos 2, 

German Club 2; JV Football 2; NHS 3,4; Var- 
sity Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4, Treas. 4. 
McCORD, STEPHEN MICHAEL — Key Club 
4; Track 4. 

McCULLOM, JAMES PATRICK — DE Club 
3,4. 

McCORMIC, ANGELIC 
McCOY, DOROTHY JEAN — Chorus 3,4. 
McCOY, MIKE E. 

McDANIEL, KAREN JANE — Majorette 2,3,4, 
Co-Cap. 4. 

McKENZIE, LINDA ELLEN — FHA 1; Pep 
Club 3, Treas. 3; Powderpuff Football 3,4; 
Spanish Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 
McKINNEY, JOHN JAMES — Class Rep. 3; JV 
Baseball 2; SCA Rep. 3; Varsity Baseball 4. 
McNEW, WILLIAM — Band 1,2; Surf Club 4; 
Library Assistant 2; Senior Class Council 4; 
Tennis 3. 

Mcpherson, kathy raye — An ciub i,2; 

Chorus 1 ; French Club 2. 

NAGLE, CELIA JANET — DE Club 2; Pep 

Club 1,2; Thespians 1; Y-Teens 1; SCA Rep. 

1. 

NASH, CHARLENE — Class Rep. 4; Drill 

Team 4; German Club 2,4, Vice Pres. 2; Leo 

Club 4, Sec. 4; Office Helper 4; SCA Rep. 4; 

Tri-Hi-Y 5. 

NEAL, NORMA J. — Chorus 2,3,4. 

NEEDHAM, SALLYANNE — Cafeteria Help 2. 

NEISLER, WILLIAM HAROLD — FBLA 3, 

Pres.; SCA Rep. 1. 

NEWNAM, DONNA LYN 

NOBLES, KAREN ANNE 

NOEL, DAVID J. 



NOEL, DONALD A. 

OARD, NANCY MARLENE — Powderpuff 
Football 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Chaplain 4. 
ODOM, JEFFC. 
OGLES, TOMMY JOE 

OLDS, HELEN — Band 3,4; German Club 3. 
ORMAN, JOHN ELLIS — Art Club 3; Key 
Club 3,4; Varsity Baseball 1. 
ORMSBY, JEAN MARIE 
OSBORNE, JANE LYNNE 
OSTRANDER, BROOKS FREDERICK 
OTOOLE, CONSTANCE GRACE — Art Club 
1,3; Debate Club 1 ; DE Club 4; Drama Clug 
1; FHA 1; Library Asst. 1; Pep Club 1; 
Spanish Club 1. 
PARISHER, \ VONNE DARLENE 
PEACOCK, CINDY MAE 
PEARCE, JANET LEA 

PEARL, KEITH A. — JV Football 3; Varsity 
Football 4. 

PELL, THOMAS C. — Band 1; Drama Club 
2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Drama Best Lighting 
2; Drama Kemmy Award 3. 
PERMENTER, JESSE BRUCE — JV Football 
2,3; JV Wrestling 3. 

PHILLIPS, DEBORAH LYN — Office Helper 
2. 

PICARD, CAROL LEE — Chorus 4; Drill 
Team 2,3; Gymnastics 1; Library Asst. 1; 
Powderpuff Football 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 
PIERSOL, EVERETTE EUGENE — Band 
1,2,3,4; Camera Club 2,3,4; Electronics Club 
3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Library Asst. 2,3. 
PIERSOL, EVIE ELAINE — Class Rep. 1; 
French Club 2; FHA 4; Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 
3,4. 

PITCHER MARY JEAN — Art Club 1,2; 
Chorus 1; Class Rep. 1; Gymnastics 1; Of- 
fice Helper 2; Pep Club 2. 
PITTS, EVAN ROSS — JV Wrestling 1 ; Varsity 
Wrestling 2. 

PORTERFIELD, MONICA ANN 
POWERS, JAMES WESLEY — Accapella 
Chorus 1,2; Madrigals 3,4; Class Rep. 4; JV 
Baseball 1,2; JV Football 1,2; SCA Rep. 4; 
Track 2; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4. 

POWERS, THOMAS MARK — Band 2,3,4; 
Key Club 3,4. 

POYNER, BRETT ALAN — Class Rep. 1,2; JV 
Baseball 1,2; JV Basketball 1,2; JV Football 
1; Varsity Baseball 4; Varsity Basketball 3. 
PROCTOR, CHRISTY LYNN — Gymnastics 
3,4; JV Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 3; Powder- 
puff Football 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4. 
RAGLAN D. SHELBY JEAN 
RANSOM, DEBORAH RAE — Art Club 1,2; 
Pep Club 1. 
RANKIN, FELICIA P. 

RATLIFF, NANCYE JEAN — Homecoming 
Court 4; Junior Class Princess 3; JV 
Cheerleader 2,3; Office Helper 1,2; Powder- 
puff Football 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 
4. 

REGISTER, BARBARA KAY — DE Club 3,4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

REPASS, WAYNE L. — Band 1,2,3; Caft. 
Helper 2; Drama Club 2,3; Gymnastics 1; 
Thespians 4. 

REYNODS, LAURIE JOAN — Class Rep. 3; 
Drill Team ?,4, Sec. 4; Office Helper 2; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Treas. 4; 
Junior Class Council 3. 
REYNOLDS, KEVIN SCOTT 
RICHARDSON, DIANA LYNN 
RIES, VICKI LYNN — Library Asst. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3. 

RISER, LYNNE MAY — DE Club 4; Drama 
Club 2. 

RITER, WARREN D. — Library Asst. 1. 
ROGAN, PATRICIA ANN — FHA 1,2,3,4, 
Hist. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4. 
ROBINSON,CHERYL ANN — Chorus 1,2,3,4, 
Madrigals 4; Class Treasurer 1; DE Club 2; 
Drill Team 2,?; Keyettes 4; Powderpuff 
Football 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 
ROBERSON, PAUL SCOTT 
ROBERTS, JAMES FAUNTLEROY— FHS 4; |V 



senior statistics 



CLASS OF KHS 

Baseball 2; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Base- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4. 
ROBINS, VIRGINIA RUTH — FHA 2; Chorus 
1,2. 

ROBINSON, DEBRA LEA — Keyettes 4; 
Spanish Club 2. 

ROBINSON, PAUL WILLIAM — Chorus 4; |V 
Basketball 2; )V Football 3; Treaty Staff 2; 
Varsity Football 4; Varsity Club 4. 
ROLLINS, ANNE BENTON — Chorus 4; JV 
Cheerleader 2; SCA Rep. 1; Tri-Hi-Y4; Var- 
sity Cheerleader 3,4. 

ROSE, DANIEL PARKER, JR. — Boy-s State 3; 
Class Rep. 2; J.V. Basketball 2; JV Football 2; 
Varsity Basketball 4; Varsity Football 4. 
ROSE, MATTHEW 

ROYSTER, BENJAMIN M. — German Club 
2,3. 

RUDISIL PATI JEAN — Class Rep. 1; Y-Teens 
1. 

RUFFER, SHARON KAY— FBLA 3, Treas. 4; 
Image 4; Jr. Civitans 2, Tres. 3, V. Pres. 4; 
Library Assistant 3. 

RUMBERGER, DEBRA R. — Pep Club 1 ; 
Powderpuff Football 3; Y-Teens 3. 
RUSNOCK, JOSEPH P. — National Honor 
Society 3,4; SCA Rep. 4. 
SAMSON, SHARON ANN — Y-Teens 3,4. 
SANDERLIN, VICKY ANN — Chorus 3,4; DE 
Club 4, Reporter 4; Drill Team 2,3, Squad 
Leader 3; SCA Officer 4, Sec. 4; Chess Club 
1. 

SANDERSON, ROY LENARD — Drama Club 
3. 

SAVAGE, BILLY RAY— DE Club 2,3,4; Golf 
2,3,4. 

SAWYER, KENNETH PAUL— Band 1; Track 
2,3,4. 

SAYLES, FRANK EDWARD — Art Club 1; 
EGOS 3; German Club 3; JV Football 2; Var- 
sity Football 3,4. 
SCARANO, VICKIE LEIGH 
SCHAFER, KATHRYN MARIE 
SCHMIDT, BRUCE MICHAEL 
SCHREINER, LEWIS MARTIN — Track 
1,2,3,4; JV Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 
3. 

SCHWENDEMAN, MARK WILLIAM — Boys 
State 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4. 
SCULLION, JOHN SCULLION 
SEAGLE, JUDITH — Chorus 1,3,4; FBLA 3,4; 
Jr Civitans 3; Keyettes 4; Library Asst. 3. 
SETTLE, WENDY MERRIMAN — Home- 
coming Court 4; JV Cheerleader 3; Library 
Asst. 1,2; NHS 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Senior 
Class Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Varsity 
Cheerleader 4, Co-Capt. 4; Miss Image 
Court 4. 

SHANK, LEWIS P. JR. — DE Club 3; FHA 4. 
SHARPE, DARLENE RENEE — EGOS 2; 
Y-Teens. 

SHEEHY, SHEILA ANN — GAA 3,4. 
SHELLEY, DONALD WALTER— Band 4. 
SHELTERS, VIKKI D. — Drama Club 1; Drill 
Team 2; FBLA 2, Treas. 2. 
SHEPPARD, GERALDINE E. — Class Rep. 1; 
FHA 1; Library Asst. 1; Pep Club 1,2. 
SHERMAN, JUDITH — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Keyettes 2,3,4, Hist. 3, Treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
4. 

SHEEMAN, PEGGY ANN — FHA 1 ; Pep Club 
1,3. 

SHEVOCK, GEORGE W. 

SHIMANDLE, JOSEPH JOHN — Band 1; 
Camera Club 4; tCOS 2; German Club 2,3; 
Key Club 4. 

SHUE, lONA THERESA 
SICKLER, ELLEN JANE 

SIEBELS, CHRISTYANN — Leo Club 2,3,4; 
NHS 4; Pep Club 2. 

SILAS, ROBIN LYNN — DE Club 2,4, Pres. 4. 
SIMS, GEORGE LAWTON 
SISK, MARY CATHERINE — Art Club 3,4; 
IMAGE STAFF 3,4, Asst. Editor 4; Literary 
Magazine 4; Keyettes 4; Office Helper 1. 
SKALTSOUNIS, MICHAEL JOHN — Band 1; 
JV Football 2; Tennis 2,3,4. , 
SLADE, LINDA CAY — Chorus 4; FBLA 4; 



Sec. 4; Jr. Civitans 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; 
Powderpuff Football 3,4; SCA Rep. 4; Tri-HI- 
Y3,4. 

SMITH, CURTIS LEE 

SMITH, ELLEN CAROL— Band 1,2,3,4; NHS 
3,4. 

SMITH, KATHRYN ADELE — Chorus 2,4. 
SMITH, SANDRA DORIS — Library Asst. 2,4; 
Pow/derpuff Football 3; Y-Teens 3. 
SMITH, SHERRY LYN — Leo Club 2. 
SMITH, SCOTT LLOYD — DE Club 4. 
SMITH, TIMOTHY OLLEN 
SMITH, WANDA LEE — Hockey 3,4; NHS 4; 
Senior Class Council 4. 

SMITH, WILLIAM EDWARD — Electronics 
Club 2,3,4. 

SNOWDEN, MARY L. — Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Hockey 2,3; GAA 3,4. 

SNYDER, FLORENCE KATHRYN — Art Club 
4; Chorus 3; Class Rep. 1; Drama Club 1. 
SOMERS, VALERIE ANN — Chorus 1,2,3; 
FHA 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Hockey 3; Keyettes 4; 
Pep Club 1,2,3; SCA Rep. 2. 
SOUTHERS, CARLO. 
SPARKS, DIANA LEE — Keyettes 4. 
SPENCE, NEHEMIAH EDWARD III — Boys 
State 3; Debate Club 3; German Club 2,3,4, 
Hist. 3, Pres. 4; Gymnastics 2; Jr Civitans 3,4; 
JV Basketball Manager 2; NHS 3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Scholastic Team 2,3; Senior Class 
Council 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4, Manager 
3,4; Chess Club 3,4, Pres. 3,4; Literary Maga- 
zine 3,4, Publicity Chairman 3,4; Varsity 
Cross Country 3,4. 

SPIVEY, DONNA GAIL — Drama Club 2,3; 
Thespians 3,4; Who's Who in High School 
Dramatics. 

STANTON, LEONARD DON — Art Club 1,4; 
EGOS 2,3. 

STAUFFER, LARRY ALLEN — Band 1,2,3; Jr 
Civitans 4; Leo Club 3,4, Pres. 3,4. 
STAVENGER, WILLIAM S. — Class Rep. 4. 
STAVISH, STEPHEN JOSEPH — Tennis 3; 
Track 4. 

STEPHENSON, MARY BRENETT 
STERN, CHERYL MARIE— Drill Team 1; Pep 
Club 1. 

STEVENS, BRUCE ANTHONY 
STEWART, MARY LYNWOOD — Art Club 2; 
B and 1. 

STINSON, LINDA CAROL— Pep Club 1. 
STONE, BECKY LOUISE 

STONE, DERRA ROXANNE — Leo Club 2, 
Vice-President 2. 
STONE, LINDA SUSAN 
SUMNER, FRANCES DENISE 
SUTTON, NANCY SHERYL — Art Club 4. 
SWACKS, ALAN MARK — Jr. Achievement 
2,3,4. 

SWISHER, GLEN DALEE — Drill Team 2; 
FBLA 3,4; FHA 1 ; Office Helper 2. 
TAYLOR, SUSAN CAROL — Drill Team 3,4, 
Vice-President 4; French Club 3,4, Treas. 4; 
Leo Club 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep 
Club 1,2. 

TEMPLE, SUSAN LEA— Keyettes 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
2. 

TEMPLETON, KATIE LYNN — Art Club 4; 
FHA 4. 

THOMAS, ANTHONY PARRICK — JV 
Basketball 4. 

THOMPSON, TOMMIE LEE — JV Football 
Manager 4. 

TIERNEY, JAMES MIKE 
TISE, DAVID ALAN — EGOS 3. 
TLUCHAK, DEBORAH LYNN — Drama Club 
2; EGOS 2,3; Pep Club 1; Senior Class 
Council 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Thespians 3,4, 
Sec. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

TOPOLSKI, CHRISTI LEIGH — German Club 
3; Jr. Civitans 3; SCA Rep. 1; Literary Maga- 
zine 3. 

TORRECH, MIKE S. — Gymnastics 1; JV 
Basketball 2; Track 3,4; Varsity Basketball 
3,4. 

TRAINO, ROBERT VITO — Band 2; Chorus 
2,3; Gymnastics 1; JV Baseball 2; JV Basket- 
ball 2; Track 4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Var- 



sity Football 2. 
TRAYLOR, PAULA ANN 
TUCKER, LINDA FAYE — Drill Team 2,3,4. 
TYLER, SUSAN RENE — Cafeteria Help 1; 
FBLA 3, Sec. 3; Office Helper 3; Guitar Club 
3. 

TYSON, ROBERT CRAIG 

VAN AUKEN, MARY JANE — JV Cheerleader 
2; PoM/derpuff Football 1,2; SCA Rep. 1,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2; Varsity Cheerleader 3. 
VAN HOY, DEBBIE ANN — DE Club 2,3,4. 
VANN, DAVID THOMAS — DE Club 3. 
VAN PELT, DONNIE LOU — Chorus 4. 
VINTI, JOSEPH PHILIP 

VOGEL, ROBERT RALPH — Band 2,3,4; 
German 3,4; Jr. Civitans 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; SCA Officer 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Treaty Staff 3,4. 
WADE, MICHAEL JOSEPH 
WAKEFIELD, BILL E. 

WALLACE, KAREN ANITA — Chorus 1,3,4; 
FHA 4; Keyettes 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Tennis 3; 
Clinic Helper 4. 

WARD, ALLEN RAY— Camera Club 2,3; DE 
Club 3; DE Student of the Year 4. 
WARREN, TED B. — Band 1 ,2,3,4. 
WASHCHYSION, BARBARA — Chorus 2,3,4. 
WELCH, lEFF CARL — JV Football 2,3. 
WELLS, J AMI E G. — Library Assistant 1 . 
WHIDBEE, KAREN YVONNE — French Club 
1,2; Keyettes 4; Literary Magazine 4; Pep 
Clubl. 

WHITE, CHERYL LYNNE — Chorus 3,4; FHA 
1 ; Keyettes 3,4; Library Assistant 4. 
WHITE, JOYCE MARIE 
WHITE, JUDITH MARIE 

WHITE, VICTORIA LOUISE — Chorus 
1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3; German Club 3,4; 
Jr. Civitans 3,4; Leo Club 2; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Treaty Staff 1. 
WIGANDT, THOMAS JAMES — Band 1; 
Treaty Staff 3. 

WIGGINS, DENISE LAVERNE 
WILCOX, DONNA JEAN 

WILKERSON, BRENDA JOYCE — German 
Club 1,2,3; Powderpuff Football 3; Treaty 
Staff 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Jr. Achievement 2,3,4. 
WILLIAMS, BEATRICE JANET— DE Club 4. 
WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA HAZEL — Chorus 
1,2,3,4. 

WILLIAMS, JOEL DONN 

WILLIAMS, KATHY BERNADETTE — The- 
spians 4. 

WILLIAMS, PAMELA LYNN — DE Club 2; 
FHA1. 

WILSON, JEAN ANN — Spanish 2. 
WILSON, LAURIE NOEL — Chorus 3,4, 
Acapella 3, Madrigals 4; NHS 2,3,4; Spanish 
Club 3,4. 

WINDOM, JOHN KEITH — Gymnastics 
2,3,4; IMAGE STAFF 4; SCA Rep. 4; SCA 
Marquee Chairman 4; SCA Executive 
Council 4; Exchange Student 4. 
WINFIELD, DENIDE AVIS — FBLA 4; Pep 
Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

WINFIELD, ROBERT LEE — Spanish Club 4. 
WINTEMBERG, GLENN ROBERT — Camera 
Club 4; Class Rep. 4; German Club 3,4; Jr 
Civitans 3,4; JV Basketball Manager 2; 
Tennis 3,4; Varsity Basketball Manager 4; 
Varsity Football Manager 3,4. 
WITCHER, RICHARD D. — Electronics Club 
2,3,4. 

WOOD, STEPHEN MENDEL — FHA 4; JV 
Football 2; JV Wrestling 1; Spanish Club 3; 
Varsity Football 2. 

WOODFIN, SUANNE — Art Club 1 ; Chorus 
4; DEClub 1; Y-Teens 1. 
WOOLARD, CATHY LEE — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 2. 

WOOLF, KATHERINE ANNE — Class Rep. 1; 
DE Club 3,4; Library Assistant 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; 
Y-Teens 4. 

WRIGHT, DEBORAH LYNN — Chorus 1; 
FHA 2,3; Spanish Club 4. 
YAPLE, NANCY L. — Band 1,2,3,4. 
YORK, MICHAEL ALAN 

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